No two snowflakes are identical and that's exactly what Russian photographer Andrew Osokin is showcasing in his snowflake photography collection.
Andrew Osokin's collections focus on the smaller things in life that are usually overlooked by busy passersby such as raindrops, insects and this time, snowflakes. He illuminates each delicate ice crystal as the camera zooms in to each frozen flake. The Russian photographer's snowflake photography collection captures each individual flake in its perfect hexagonal symmetry, immortalizing its beauty before its perfection is dissolved by external elements. As onlookers flip through the images, it's hard not to be reminded of winter's arrival and what natural beauty can be experienced, if only people took the time to discover it.
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