@lulugaines name… Love it #silly #laugh
And that ladies and gents is us going to a fancy show. How about that. #cedarparkcenter #fun #wondertwin #fancy
i love places that i have never been and people i have never meet.
there are places that i want to go and people i want to meet. i know its not in the cards now for me but it will be soon. I will see these cites and i will meet these people, drink their coffee and walk the streets. the world can be a beautiful place, so lets run, walk , watch the sunset. Take pictures, hear the tales. But other than that i want to see the world with my own eyes and have my own tales to tell… but all in one day it will happen, but for now i get to see others pictures, read their tales, and see the world threw their eyes. And I’m okay with that… for now.
These amazing photos were taken by Russian photographer Alexey Kljatov, who adapted his camera in order to achieve remarkably close-up focus on individual snowflakes after they’ve fall on the ground. He illuminates his shots with a flashlight and the background texture is dark wool fabric.
Alexy’s images reveal the unique geometric shapes of each snowflake with such astonishing clarity that it’s easy to forget just how tiny they really are. Visit Alexey Kljatov’s Flickr stream to view many more of his remarkable snowflake photos.
[via My Modern Metropolis]
We’re dreaming of snow.
This is SO BEAUTIFUL