We’ve gotten some cool photos of snowflakes from EarthSky friends. Here are a few of the coolest. Thank you so much for sharing them with us!
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Phyllis Calson said, “This is a collage of a few I took this year. Several hundred pics and so far I haven’t found 2 that are alike.”
Kelly Holtman Wagner took this photo of snowflakes on her deck in Boylston Massachusetts.
Thank you to EarthSky Facebook friend Patricia Burrett
“Here’s one I took back in 2009” writes Adam Brown
Rachel Lee Gott took this with her cell phone. She write, “dang thing has a better lens than I currently have for my good camera!”
New England blizzard snowflake. Photo taken by EarthSky Facebook friend Linda Roy Hadwen from New Hampshire, United States.
From EarthSky friend Kevin Travino: “I wanted to share this one I took off my windshield one night after work while warming up my car. The picture is not edited, just cropped to show the snowflake better. I took the picture with a Samsung Galaxy S3. “
Snowflake from Trillemarka, Sigdal. Photo by EarthSky Facebook friend Jånn Peter Normann.
Photo by EarthSky Facebook friend Denise Talley. She says,”I managed to capture a few snowflakes this morning during our wonderful snow storm! We got some much needed moisture and i got some good practice with my new lens :) Need to work on my focusing, perhaps my glasses would serve a good purpose here?”
Photo by EarthSky Facebook friend Paula Lancaster Lupi of a snowflake and frost on her car window.
A frosty morning. Photo taken by EarthSky friend Tracy DiGesualdo out of Colorado, United States.
Snowflakes outside of a cabin in Trillemarka, Sigdal. Photo taken by our friend Jånn Normann.