The Symmetrical Beauty of a Snowflake

 If you are as interested in snow as I am you'll appreciate the resolute beauty of photographer Nathan Myhrvold's. Myhrvold has pioneered a new type of camera that captures the highest resolution images of snowflakes to date. One part theoretical mathematician and one part Microsoft engineer put him in the perfect position to give us an up close image of snowflakes and their incredibly delicate structure. You can check out more at Smithsonian Magazine at: 

https://www.smithsonianmag.com/innovation/these-are-highest-resolution-photos-ever-taken-snowflakes-180976710/

Sven




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