Remarkable Macro Photographs of Ice Structures and Snowflakes

Remarkable Macro Photographs of Ice Structures and Snowflakes snow macro ice

Remarkable Macro Photographs of Ice Structures and Snowflakes snow macro ice

Remarkable Macro Photographs of Ice Structures and Snowflakes snow macro ice

Remarkable Macro Photographs of Ice Structures and Snowflakes snow macro ice

Remarkable Macro Photographs of Ice Structures and Snowflakes snow macro ice

Remarkable Macro Photographs of Ice Structures and Snowflakes snow macro ice

Remarkable Macro Photographs of Ice Structures and Snowflakes snow macro ice

Remarkable Macro Photographs of Ice Structures and Snowflakes snow macro ice

Remarkable Macro Photographs of Ice Structures and Snowflakes snow macro ice

We’re all familiar with the most common shapes of ice: snow flakes, icicles, snowmen, cookie dough ice cream. But break out the macro lens and suddenly we’re in unfamiliar territory as ice branches out, curls in on itself, and grows in shapes that look more like the delicate leaves of ferns than solid cold water. Russian photographer Andrew Osokin has done a phenomenal job of capturing such bizarre ice formations, you can explore hundreds more photos over in his LensArt profile. (via the curious brain)