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Beauty in a tiny snowflake

The photo of this snowflake was captured by Kenneth G. Libbrecht using a specially designed snowflake photomicroscope. I love the true beauty of real things.

Photograph of a Snowflake.

A rare 12 sided snowflake. Water has a tetrahedral molecular configuration that resonates with the fabric of the vacuum geometry and is thermodynamically.

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Kenneth Libbrecht's snowflake This snowflake is inspired by one of Kenneth Libbrecht's gorgeous crystals , shown above. I worked out this.

És egy hasonló, rózsaszínes árnyalatban (Fotó: Ken Libbrecht/Snowflakes.com)

Designer Snowflakes - - Creating designer snowflakes of this quality is a new thing, so for now I have the dubious honor of being the world's only snow crystal artist.

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You might say Ken Libbrecht is into snowflakes. He’s even got a high-tech snowflake machine, which he uses to grow dazzling designer flakes of all shapes and sizes.

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Designer Snowflakes - SnowCrystals.com

You might say Ken Libbrecht is into snowflakes. He’s even got a high-tech snowflake machine, which he uses to grow dazzling designer flakes of all shapes and sizes.

Photographer Douglas Levere uses a homemade camera-microscope rig to take gorgeous photographs of snowflakes during winters in his home base of Buffalo, New York. Levere created his custom microgra...

Photographer Takes Gorgeously Detailed Snowflake Photos With a DIY Camera-Microscope Rig

Stellar Dendrite Snowflake photographed in Buffalo, New York, by Douglas Levere for Print Collection.

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It wasn't until January 1885 that a snowflake was photographed. Using a process involving black felt backgrounds, Wilson Bentley was able to capture the ephemeral crystals on film.

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