Explore Real Snowflakes, Snowflake Photos, and more!

Explore related topics

#Schneeflocke, #Snowflake, #Frost, #Schneekristall, #SnowCrystal, #Eisblumen, #Frozen, #Winter, #Raureif, #Eiskristall, IceCrystal

"Snow crystals," Ukichiro Nakaya wrote in "may be called letters sent from heaven." The Japanese physicist spent his life studying snowflakes, eventually becoming the first to create an artificial snow crystal in the laboratory.

The Artistry of Nature - Snowflakes Up Close A stellar dendrite Credit: Kenneth G. A stellar dendrite. Stellar means star-like, and the word dendrite comes from the Greek work for tree.

REAL Canadian Snow!    In 2006 I took my first snowflake images and was fascinated with the results. Inspired by Wilson Bentley‘s pioneering efforts and after reading Edward R, Lachapelle’s book “Field Guide to Snow Crystals”, I decided to experiment more.

In 2006 I took my first snowflake images and was fascinated with the results. Inspired by Wilson Bentley‘s pioneering efforts and after reading Edward R, Lachapelle’s book “Field Guide to Snow Crystals”, I decided to experiment more.

1 | Amazing Closeups Of Snowflakes Give A Little Glimpse At How Awesome Nature Is | Co.Exist | ideas + impact

Amazing Closeups Of Snowflakes Give A Little Glimpse At How Awesome Nature Is

Snowflake macro photo: Asymmetriad, relatively small stellar dendrite crystal with simple structure, sparkling on bright brown-blue gradient background in LED back light

Beauty in a tiny snowflake

The photo of this snowflake was captured by Kenneth G. Libbrecht using a specially designed snowflake photomicroscope. I love the true beauty of real things.

Sectored Plate Snowflake 001.03.02.2014

Australia by Trompf

Sectored Plate Snowflake with colored light, photographed in Buffalo, New York, by Douglas Levere for Print Collection.

Spiked Star | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Above is a photograph of a designer snowflake — a real sliver of ice, grown from water vapor, but created under controlled conditions in the laboratory. They might also be called synthetic.

b10suwpwnvxpntvgchwj

You might say Ken Libbrecht is into snowflakes. He’s even got a high-tech snowflake machine, which he uses to grow dazzling designer flakes of all shapes and sizes.

Print Collection - Stellar Dendrite Snowflake 002.03.24.2014

Stellar Dendrite Snowflake photographed in Buffalo, New York, by Douglas Levere for Print Collection.

Pinterest
Search