Amazing Snowflake Photos By Valeriya Zvereva

An amazing macro image of a snowflake. (Valeriya Zvereva/CATERS NEWS)

An amazing macro image of a snowflake. (Valeriya Zvereva/CATERS NEWS)

A Russian photographer, Valeriya Zvereva took these awesome photos, revealing the shapes of snowflakes using marco camera lens.

It is really amazing that these beautiful shapes are created naturally.

Anyway it’s a sad thing that we do not have snow in Malaysia.

Please click the photos for larger images:

Macro view of snowflake looks like a gold pendant. (Valeriya Zvereva/CATERS NEWS)

Macro view of snowflake looks like a gold pendant. (Valeriya Zvereva/CATERS NEWS)

Macro view of snowflake with blue behind. (Valeriya Zvereva/CATERS NEWS)
Macro view of snowflake with blue behind. (Valeriya Zvereva/CATERS NEWS)

Macro view of snowflake. (Valeriya Zvereva/CATERS NEWS)

Macro view of snowflake. (Valeriya Zvereva/CATERS NEWS)

Macro view of snowflake with dark purple behind. (Valeriya Zvereva/CATERS NEWS)

Macro view of snowflake with dark purple behind. (Valeriya Zvereva/CATERS NEWS)

Macro view of snowflake. (Valeriya Zvereva/CATERS NEWS)

Macro view of snowflake. (Valeriya Zvereva/CATERS NEWS)

An amazing macro image of a snowflake. (Valeriya Zvereva/CATERS NEWS)

An amazing macro image of a snowflake. (Valeriya Zvereva/CATERS NEWS)

An amazing macro snowflake. Shot using a special macro camera lens, the incredible geometric patterns reveal what really lies beneath the fluffy white powder. Photographed beneath colored reflectors, the intricate icicles look more like man made jewels than frosted flakes. Russian photographer, Valeriya Zvereva, used very little high tech equipment during the photography process and braved minus temperatures to achieve the impressive results. (Valeriya Zvereva/CATERS NEWS)

An amazing macro snowflake. Shot using a special macro camera lens, the incredible geometric patterns reveal what really lies beneath the fluffy white powder. Photographed beneath colored reflectors, the intricate icicles look more like man made jewels than frosted flakes. Russian photographer, Valeriya Zvereva, used very little high tech equipment during the photography process and braved minus temperatures to achieve the impressive results. (Valeriya Zvereva/CATERS NEWS)

Macro view of snowflake with turquiose behind. (Valeriya Zvereva/CATERS NEWS)
Macro view of snowflake with turquiose behind. (Valeriya Zvereva/CATERS NEWS)

Photographer Valeriya Zvereva at work. (Courtesy Valeriya Zvereva/CATERS NEWS)

Photographer Valeriya Zvereva at work. (Courtesy Valeriya Zvereva/CATERS NEWS)

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