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Winter Snowflake Digital Paper, Snow Paper - Commercial Use OK

Digital Paper / Digital Scrapbook Paper / Digital Scrapbooking / Winter Snow / Photography Background Paper - Commercial Use OK

Snowflakes and snow crystals are made of ice, and pretty much nothing more.  A snow crystal, as the name implies, is a single crystal of ice.  A snowflake is a more general term; it can mean an individual snow crystal, or a few snow crystals stuck together, or large agglomerations of snow crystals that form "puff-balls" that float down from the clouds.

Snow Beautiful: Individual Snowflakes Captured In Incredible Photos

Snowflakes and snow crystals are made of ice, and pretty much nothing more. A snow crystal, as the name implies, is a single crystal of ice. A snowflake is a more general term; it can mean an individual snow crystal, or a few snow crystals stuck together, or large agglomerations of snow crystals that form "puff-balls" that float down from the clouds.

Group of small snowflakes, 1-2 millimeters on a glass background with backlight taken in January 2013, Moscow. (Alexey Kljatov)

Snowflakes Like You've Never Seen (PHOTOS)

Group of small snowflakes, 1-2 millimeters on a glass background with backlight taken in January 2013, Moscow. (Alexey Kljatov)

Snowflakes Like You've Never Seen (PHOTOS) | The Weather Channel

Snowflakes Like You've Never Seen (PHOTOS)

These images are part of a long term project undertaken by the American photographer Wilson Bentley, who perfected a process of catching snowflakes on black velvet, and shooting them before they melted away or sublimated. Photographing his first snowflake in 1885, Bentley would go on to capture more than five thousand pictures a project that was both a representation of the passion he had for the "tiny miracles of beauty", and also an effort to discover if any two snowflakes are ever the…

Snowflakes

These images are part of a long term project undertaken by the American photographer Wilson Bentley, who perfected a process of catching snowflakes on black velvet, and shooting them before they melted away or sublimated. Photographing his first snowflake in 1885, Bentley would go on to capture more than five thousand pictures a project that was both a representation of the passion he had for the "tiny miracles of beauty", and also an effort to discover if any two snowflakes are ever the…

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