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Photographs of snowflakes and ice crystals

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Andrew Osokin's macro photographs of snowflakes and ice formations. The Moscow-based photographer captures detailed photos of the intricate structures of individual snowflakes and ice crystals that are in the process of melting away.

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Breathtaking! I love these. :)

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These really make me want a better camera. I love the last one especially.

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These really make me want a better camera. I love the last one especially.

I love snowy sceneries so much :yes: Edited by CuriousGreek

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So delicate intricate and so beautiful. :yes:

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Absolutely stunning.

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The perfection of nature. Beautiful pictures.

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The perfection of nature. Beautiful pictures.

You must love all that ice!!! :blush:

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You must love all that ice!!! :blush:

As long as I don't have to drive or walk on it. :wub: Each particle is so delicately crafted it's a shame it all adds up to one big mess.

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As long as I don't have to drive or walk on it. :wub: Each particle is so delicately crafted it's a shame it all adds up to one big mess.

Ahhhh! You have described me perfectly!!!! Bless your wee heart! :w00t:

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