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These snowflakes photos taken without a microscope, are real! Russian photographer Alexey Kljatov uses a homemade setup to take these amazing images.
These are snowflake images under an electron microscope from the Beltsville Agricultural Research Centre in Beltsville, Maryland. Image © Electron and Confocal Microscopy Laboratory, Agricultural Research Service, U. S. Department of Agriculture.
Snowflakes app by Hado Labs lets you create easily realistic snowflakes in stunning detail. It’s as mesmerizing as watching falling snow.
A series of macroscopic snowflakes and ice structures by Russian photographer Andrew Osokin, capturing such impressive and bizarre ice formations.
“The snowstorm last night brought light, fluffy snow. And delays this morning at work allowed me to enjoy the sunrise through them.” by Cory Janiak
This odd triangular snow crystal has arms that are obviously unequal in length, but it still has a hexagonal shape. Image © The Schwerdtfeger Library
Twenty five years ago this week, scientists and policymakers unveiled what the United Nations calls “the most successful treaty in UN history.” The international agreement likely saved the world from an environmental crisis, while setting an example for how to develop and implement environmental policy. NASA animation by Robert Simmon, using imagery from the Ozone Hole Watch. Caption by Mike Carlowicz.