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“Every piece of the universe, even the tiniest little snow crystal, matters somehow. I have a place in the pattern, and so do you.” T.A. Barron (born 1952); writer

Yuji Obata's photographs of snowflakes falling

Yuji Obata was obsessed with the challenge of doing something no one had done before – in his case photographing snowflakes in freefall rather than on a flat surface without digital or any other manipulation. It took Obata five years to achieve but his breakthrough resulted in the capture of pictures that allow the snowflakes to relate to each other in space and size, creating dynamic compositions and scenes.

Ponder this...no two that ever fell, were exactly alike. The Master's imagination is infinite. Amen!

"There is a kind of beauty so intense, yet so fragile, that we cannot bear to look at it." Harriet Beecher Stowe ~ Uncle Tom's Cabin

Photographs from artist Yuji Obata. Spectacular.

snow_flake_3. Studies of a snow flake (¤6mm) at night lighted by Maglite XL100 LED flashlight in macro close-up. (Canon EOS 50D +.

white sand or snow – photographic minimal inspiration | photography . Fotografie . photographie | Photo: Scott Withers @ flickr |

Just like each one of us, each snow flake is different. While we can't get to know each snowflake personally because they melt so fast, people last a lot longer. Get to know more "snowflakes" in your life and see the beautiful differences they bring to life.

That must have been one long, cold wind storm to have made that. P.S.- I'm so glad it's Spring!

Snow flakes are happy things. $0