Living in This Crazy Little City By The Bay: San Francisco
Wow, it's amazing...
i've never seen a more beautiful snowflake...you too, dear J, stay warm and cozy...Bisous
Merry Christmas my friend.
That can't be a real snowflake. Can it? It looks glass to me. Either way it looks amazing. Great Blog... you have a new follower all the way from Austin TX.
What a beautiful present! Thank you for the magic of a saved snowflake.
How can something frosty make your heart melt? Check these out, too: http://www.its.caltech.edu/~atomic/snowcrystals/photos/photos.htm
It really is, very beautiful!; )
I blogged about Wilson Bentley's amazing snowflake photographs the other day! Great minds must think alike! I'm glad I stumbled upon your blog...through blogs of note!
"Snowflake Bentley" was one of our favorite books when the kids were little. Perfect time to post this!
Hi carol,I can't decide if it's that a snowflake itself is amazing, or that I'm looking at a snowflake that lived for a brief moment over a century ago.I think it's both.@My Castle in Spain: I will if you will, dear Lala. Sadly, the snowflakes I will see in San Francisco are only in a photograph!@Yoli: Gracias!@Kath: Happy holidays, my dear VP. I hope you are staying warm up there in the Great White North. @unitqm: It is a real snowflake, and I think the medium of photography at the time makes this photo look like a beautiful illustration. Thanks for visiting and leaving a comment. I am glad you're here!@Cynthia: I will try to share some more wonderful photos from this exhibit. I'm glad there's a way to capture a snowflake, since there are so many of us who never get to see them in reality.@Gabby: Wow! That's beautiful! Thank you.@Christina: Someday I know you'll take a photo of a snowflake that puts all of the other snowflakes to shame!@Betsy: did you really? I will come over to see what you've written. Thanks so much for finding me. I'm glad for your visit.@dutchbaby: I am just amazed at these images he took. And devoted his life to them. Just pure gorgeousness.
I know. I know. I do a series oflessons using Snowflake Bentley every January.
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