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Canadian photographed snowflakes close up

 
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Canadian photographed snowflakes close up
That's very beautiful.

32-year-old photographer Don Komarechka from Canada is engaged in macro photography. Snapshots of snowflakes, dew drops or frozen soap bubbles in his lens turn into real works of art. Komarechka lives in Barry, Ontario. He started out as a landscape photographer, but gradually added wildlife photography and macro photography to his “portfolio”. He conducts master classes for beginning photographers and works with leading publications such as the BBC.

Not so long ago, images of snowflakes Komarchki were published as a separate book, “Heavenly Crystals: Secrets of Snowflakes”. And in 2017, the Royal Mint issued a silver coin with a snowflake, photographed by the master.
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Re: Canadian photographed snowflakes close up
That's very beautiful.

32-year-old photographer Don Komarechka from Canada is engaged in macro photography. Snapshots of snowflakes, dew drops or frozen soap bubbles in his lens turn into real works of art. Komarechka lives in Barry, Ontario. He started out as a landscape photographer, but gradually added wildlife photography and macro photography to his “portfolio”. He conducts master classes for beginning photographers and works with leading publications such as the BBC.

Not so long ago, images of snowflakes Komarchki were published as a separate book, “Heavenly Crystals: Secrets of Snowflakes”. And in 2017, the Royal Mint issued a silver coin with a snowflake, photographed by the master.
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Darn, I thought this was going to involve SJW's and their liberal tears...

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Re: Canadian photographed snowflakes close up
Huh! That then made me google for other snowflake closeups and there are some really fabulous designs.. I mean look at this, does this not look like something made in a factory?

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Re: Canadian photographed snowflakes close up
That's very beautiful.

32-year-old photographer Don Komarechka from Canada is engaged in macro photography. Snapshots of snowflakes, dew drops or frozen soap bubbles in his lens turn into real works of art. Komarechka lives in Barry, Ontario. He started out as a landscape photographer, but gradually added wildlife photography and macro photography to his “portfolio”. He conducts master classes for beginning photographers and works with leading publications such as the BBC.

Not so long ago, images of snowflakes Komarchki were published as a separate book, “Heavenly Crystals: Secrets of Snowflakes”. And in 2017, the Royal Mint issued a silver coin with a snowflake, photographed by the master.
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Darn, I thought this was going to involve SJW's and their liberal tears...

1rof1
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Not gonna lie, that's what I was expecting too.
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Re: Canadian photographed snowflakes close up
That's very beautiful.

32-year-old photographer Don Komarechka from Canada is engaged in macro photography. Snapshots of snowflakes, dew drops or frozen soap bubbles in his lens turn into real works of art. Komarechka lives in Barry, Ontario. He started out as a landscape photographer, but gradually added wildlife photography and macro photography to his “portfolio”. He conducts master classes for beginning photographers and works with leading publications such as the BBC.

Not so long ago, images of snowflakes Komarchki were published as a separate book, “Heavenly Crystals: Secrets of Snowflakes”. And in 2017, the Royal Mint issued a silver coin with a snowflake, photographed by the master.
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 Quoting: interflug


Darn, I thought this was going to involve SJW's and their liberal tears...

1rof1
 Quoting: Citizen1111


Not gonna lie, that's what I was expecting too.
chuckle
 Quoting: Didyabringyabongalong


Yep, was totally expecting to see Grad Class 2010 laugh
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