Alexey Kljatov on Flickr has captured the tiny and delicate beauty that is a snowflake in a series of impressive photos. It’s hard to imagine that no two snowflakes are alike but after seeing these images, their diversity makes perfect sense. The beauty of nature is rarely captured like this. To see more of this amazing snowflake imagery check out his set of photos on flickr.
The latest art? No, but one could argue the point. Its actually different types of alcohol photographed under a microscope. The photographs are taken after the liquid has crystallized on a slide and then shot under a polarized light microscope. Fascinating results. The company that undertook this venture is called Bevshots. “art. distilled.”
Moscow photographer Andrew Osokin has captured these striking macro photographic images of snowflakes. These stills display the beauty of these fractal micro-structures which we usually fail to recognize with our naked eye. Nature and the Fibonacci sequence has never been this “simply” gorgeous.
Entire Alphabet Found on the Wing Patterns of Butterflies.
Nature photographer Kjell Bloch Sandved noticed one day that many of the butterfly wings he photographed strongly resembled letters and numbers. So he searched, and managed to find all 26 letters in the English language plus the numbers 0-9 in the wings of butterflies.