Stunning Macro Photographs Shows That No Two Snowflakes Are Alike

Stunning Macro Photographs Shows That No Two Snowflakes Are Alike

Russian photographer Andrew Osokin brings truth to the old adage.

Don Michael Acelar De Leon
  • 10 december 2012

An often-passed adage, it has long been said that no two snowflakes are alike. Russian photographer Andrew Osokin brings truth to this saying with his series of breathtaking macro photographs of varying shapes of snowflakes, none of which bear the any resemblance to each other. From scorpions and trees to ferns and fans, each snowflake embodies a compelling form that challenges the way we look at the miniscule elements of nature.

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