Michael Peres is a photographer with a passion for the microscopic beauty of snowflakes.

He captures snowflakes on pieces of black velvet, then quickly places the fragile flakes on a microscopic slide with a dissecting needle before they melt – and the results are nothing short of magical.

“I have a love-hate relationship with winter,” said Peres, who has lived in Rochester, New York, for 30 years. “I hate shoveling and cleaning my car off, but there’s no other way to photograph snowflakes if you’re not in a place where it snows.”
Browse the gallery below for a selection of some of the beautiful images Peres has captured, and to see more of his work, be sure to follow his Instagram accountΒ (#tinythings).

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