Sorry NorthEast, Winter Snowflakes Are Beautiful


I know the poor NorthEast does not want to see anything having to do with snow. I get it, you’re sick of it. But maybe, just maybe, you can find joy and wonder in the fact that each of those snowflakes that are piling up around your doors are beautiful freaks of nature. Photographer Alexey Kljatov has captured some amazing images of snowflakes with his macro photography technique. Check out his work after the break.








3 thoughts on “Sorry NorthEast, Winter Snowflakes Are Beautiful”

  1. I’ve lived in Michigan my entire life. I’ve stared at snowflakes countless times as a child. Snow can be stunningly beautiful.

    However, given last winter and what we’re experiencing now — all snow is evil and the polar jet stream dumping this ungodly cold upon us is of the devil (yes, I know that sounds weird) because only the devil would do something like this to make you wish for the fires of Hell to warm things up. See, it makes sense now.

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  2. Yes, I am tied of the snow and cold……that said, I agree the pic’s are cool. We need a comic hero “snowflake” that can change structure like unique snow flakes allowing them to impact density and how course touching them be. A step beyond the vision.

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