I haven't joined in Vee's Note Card parties in the past simply because I always got stumped as to which four photos from my blog I should use.
Just four...oh my.
This time it was easier to limit myself to four.
I selected the snowflakes I have photographed in the past week or so with my new 60mm lens.
The lines behind the snowflakes are frozen condensation that have been wiped away but which left a trace behind which froze again.
I've learned so much about snowflakes!
They are not each perfect, as in totally symmetrical.
In fact to find one that is even close to symmetrical is very very rare.
Each tiny molecule that begins a snowflake soon gathers bumps and those bumps influence the way the snowflakes grows.
Such elegant creations!
I see piles of white snow shoveled high around my house and plowed into a muddy slush on the road ways.
Each flake had a unique design; each flake had a brief life, each flake will sooner or later be no more.
I am humbled to see the delicate beauty that God endows to such a creation; a creation that for the most part will never be admired save by God himself.