8 In the World of Snowflakes

In the World of Snowflakes

Posted on December 5, 2012 by team

Andrey Osokin is a photographer who lives in Moscow and is interested in macrophotography. For the good winter mood he presented a series of photos with magic snowflakes.


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8 Responses to “In the World of Snowflakes”

  1. (r)evolutionist says:

    A great job by this Photographer-artist. Imperfections and fractured symmetries are platforms where Nature creates things (even matter).

  2. ProudGerman says:

    Every snow flake is unique, no snow flake is the same. This proves God created the universe as with all of the other wonders.

    • Sergei says:

      This proofs the supramolecular properties of a very symmetric molecule,,,

    • Zael says:

      You’re so fail, that I almost have no words at all to say to you.
      Now, next time you have an urge to blurt out something foolish, maybe you should check your facts first. There are two identical snowflakes stored in Smithsonian Institute in Washington, D.C.

  3. BHC says:

    There is no god. This is nature at work. Math and science explains it.

  4. Ross says:

    If these photos are real, then the photographer is amazing. Those pictures are awesome. Why has no one in the West shown such?

  5. Me says:

    Science behind it must be quite complicated.

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