Snow is a Beautiful Thing

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Single Snowflakes - Macro Photography - Minnesota

It was difficult for me to type the title for this article, because I don’t really like snow and most definitely hate the cold — but the images in this article put on full display just how beautiful snowflakes are and how one artist uses the snowy landscape to create gorgeous works of art.

Using a very powerful macro lens, photographer Alexey Kljatov took photos up close of single snowflakes in his backyard in Moscow. The results are breathtaking — snowflakes to the human eye are just white specks falling from the sky — but to the potent camera lens, you can see the intricate nature of these natural works of art. Snowflakes are truly special, and this display shows just that.

Single Snowflakes - Macro Photography - Minnesota - 2013

Single Snowflakes - Macro Photography - Minnesota Connected

Single Snowflakes - Macro Photography - Minnesota - Designs

Single Snowflakes - Macro Photography - Minnesota Connected - 2013

Single Snowflakes - Macro Photography - Minnesota - Snow

The next artist using the cold weather to his benefit is Simon Beck. The French artist uses a pair of snowshoes, an orienting compass, and the snowy landscape as his canvas to walk patterns into the unadulterated white surfaces that surround his home by the mountains.

Simon Beck - Snow Art - Walking - France

Simon Beck - Snow Art - Walking - France - Minnesota Connected

Simon Beck - Snow Art - Walking - France - Minnesota Snow

Simon Beck - Snow Art - Walking - France - Minnesota - Blizzard - Snow

Photos via: Alexey Kljatov and Simon Beck

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Matthew Deery

Matthew has been managing Minnesota Connected since 2013. He has taken on a career in video production, but still has a passion for the written word. Matthew has a wonderful wife and two adorable sons. He is a proclaimed softball addict.

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