It's how snowflakes form. Something to do with how hydrogen and oxygen molecules bond. Molecules form into this fractal geometry creating infinite variation. I can't help but feel that there is immense information about the invisible structure of the universe when looking at these visible manifestations.

It's how snowflakes form. Something to do with how hydrogen and oxygen molecules bond. Molecules form into this fractal geometry creating infinite variation. I can't help but feel that there is immense information about the invisible structure of the universe when looking at these visible manifestations.

Andrew Osokin is a Russian photographer based in Moscow. Using a 60/90mm macro lens and his Nikon D90, he captured these amazing snowflake images.

Andrew Osokin is a Russian photographer based in Moscow. Using a 60/90mm macro lens and his Nikon D90, he captured these amazing snowflake images.

this lady on Flickr takes the most amazing photos of snowflakes every winter.

this lady on Flickr takes the most amazing photos of snowflakes every winter.

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