Macro snowflake photos by Sergey Kichigin Snowflake photography is SO beautiful!

Macro snowflake photos by Sergey Kichigin Snowflake photography is SO beautiful!

this lady on Flickr takes the most amazing photos of snowflakes every winter, I always look forward to the first snow of the year!

this lady on Flickr takes the most amazing photos of snowflakes every winter, I always look forward to the first snow of the year!

Macro snowflakes - I didn't know snowflakes actually looked like the paper ones we make. But the closest thing that I've ever seen to snow is that icy stuff you get when you leave the freezer open.

Macro snowflakes - I didn't know snowflakes actually looked like the paper ones we make. But the closest thing that I've ever seen to snow is that icy stuff you get when you leave the freezer open.

Macro snowflakes - I didn't know snowflakes actually looked like the paper ones we make. But the closest thing that I've ever seen to snow is that icy stuff you get when you leave the freezer open.

Macro snowflakes - I didn't know snowflakes actually looked like the paper ones we make. But the closest thing that I've ever seen to snow is that icy stuff you get when you leave the freezer open.

雪の結晶アドバンス

雪の結晶アドバンス

Look at Winter a New Way ... Just in time for winter and the onslaught of December snowstorms, Russian photographer Alexey Kljatov has devised a clever way to bring the wonder of macrophotography to the minuscule world of snowflakes. Using a homemade rig comprised of a working camera lens, a wooden board, some screws and old camera parts, Kljatov captures the breathtaking intricacies of snow, six-sided symmetry and all.

Unbelievable Close-Up Photos Of Snowflakes Reveal A Side Of Winter You've Never Seen

Look at Winter a New Way ... Just in time for winter and the onslaught of December snowstorms, Russian photographer Alexey Kljatov has devised a clever way to bring the wonder of macrophotography to the minuscule world of snowflakes. Using a homemade rig comprised of a working camera lens, a wooden board, some screws and old camera parts, Kljatov captures the breathtaking intricacies of snow, six-sided symmetry and all.

Russian photographer Alexey Kljatov has devised a clever way to bring the wonder of macrophotography to the minuscule world of snowflakes.

Unbelievable Close-Up Photos Of Snowflakes Reveal A Side Of Winter You've Never Seen

Russian photographer Alexey Kljatov has devised a clever way to bring the wonder of macrophotography to the minuscule world of snowflakes.

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