Rediscovering Snowflakes Through Macro Photography

While splashing our way through piles of snow, we hardly ever consider how unique its components actually are. Thanks to Andrew Osokin’s macro photography we can take a glimpse at the miniscule snowflakes from up close. The Moscow-based photographer demonstrates incredible patience that has to be a prerequisite in order to capture such stunning shots of the objects, which might melt shortly after touching the ground.


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Andrew Osokin, close-up, macro photography, photography, snow, snowflake pictures, Snowflakes, winter, winter pictures
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