Macro photography captures snowflakes just before melting.
Russian photographer Andrew Oskin uses a 60mm or 90mm macro lens on a Nikon DSLR to capture the images of snowflakes in the moments after they hit the ground.
Check out the full gallery here.

Macro photography captures snowflakes just before melting.

Russian photographer Andrew Oskin uses a 60mm or 90mm macro lens on a Nikon DSLR to capture the images of snowflakes in the moments after they hit the ground.

Check out the full gallery here.

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    Wow, subhanAllah, I always thought snowflake imagery was made up but just look at the whole gallery. It’s amazing.
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    So snowflakes really do look like that :o
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