Snowflake through a microscope This supermodern photo showing the crystal patterns of a snowflake was taken in 1890. Wilson A. Bentley, who had been fascinated by snowflakes since his childhood in Vermont, attached a microscope to his camera to record the intricate details. (Courtesy of Smithsonian Institution Archives)

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