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I wonder if people would like snow better if the snowflakes were each the size as you are seeing them in my photographs.
I know knowing what snowflakes really look like has made me much more a fan of snow!
We have had little snow this year.
I am hoping for some more snow soon as all of ours has melted and I am eager to keep practicing snow flake photography.
Different lighting and different lighting angles brings different looks to snowflake photos.
This purple background snowflake for instance was photographed using a LED flashlight angled overhead and to the side.
Yes, this is a real snowflake, not jewelry!
These snowflakes were photographed using a standard flashlight lighting from below the snowflakes on a glass table top that had a broken layer of ice.
Each time the snow falls with defined clear flakes (and believe me, most snowflakes are not clearly defined, most are wooly grapple form or clumped or needle shaped or simply shattered by landing) I am outside shooting away.