December 30, 2012 23:41
Hardly any of us particularly thinks about how close look snow falling on us from the sky) Yes, everyone loved as a child catching snowflakes and treat them as they do not melt in the mitten, but now somehow not up to this … We offer you a world of childhood through amazing pictures Moscow photographer Andrew Osokin.
Nature truly is inimitable in its ideality. This can be understood only fleetingly glance at any of its creation, be it a tiny snowflake, or complicated in structure the human body.
Snowflakes, photographed with a macro, affect the symmetry and a variety of forms, and with proper lighting — and completely transformed into something unreal.
Hard to believe that this beauty is literally our "under the nose"
You can still remember with what surprise we looked at patterns in childhood on the windows, which labored to create "Grandfather Frost" =)