Russian photographer Alexey Kljatov uses a homemade camera rig to take these amazing close-ups of the snowflakes that fall on his balcony. A selection is below, but check out his blog for many, many more…




Amazing close-up photos of snowflakes taken without a microscope1

Amazing close-up photos of snowflakes taken without a microscope

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Amazing close-up photos of snowflakes taken without a microscope

Amazing close-up photos of snowflakes taken without a microscope

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Amazing close-up photos of snowflakes taken without a microscope

Amazing close-up photos of snowflakes taken without a microscope

Amazing close-up photos of snowflakes taken without a microscope

Amazing close-up photos of snowflakes taken without a microscope

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