Sunday, December 15, 2013

Sunday inspiration

Happy Sunday, friends. ☺

Ever since I learned of Alexey Kljatov's snowflake photography, I've been completed fascinated by it. His photographs are stunning; to me, the snowflakes look like they're made of glass. His work showcases the intricacy and beauty of the world around us, even in those things we can't see with our eyes. Enjoy!



Wishing you all a creative and inspirational Sunday. ☺

57 comments:

  1. Interesting compositions of shapes with snowflakes ! Greetings!

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  2. The video is so calming. I really love these photos.

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  3. You think they are good, you should see how he takes the photos

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    1. I've read about his process. I'd love to see that, too!

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  4. I guess you can take it literally the saying "There is more than meets the eye"

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  5. Ahhh, if I can't be near snow, at least I can see this. =)

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    1. Sometimes I'd prefer to look at snow this way! :)

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  6. Those are really beautiful. It's amazing that Mother Nature creates such intricate designs!

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  7. wowee- amazing what Mother Nature can do! Thanks and have a lovely week.

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  8. Thanks for introducing me to this! I am grateful.

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    1. I'm glad you enjoyed it. It's a pretty amazing thing to see.

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  9. Those are beautiful and very exotic looking. Nature is beautiful.

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  10. Wow, Dana, I hadn't seen his work before! Gorgeous!! Thanks for sharing these with us; like I said before, you always find the neatest things!

    betty

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  11. Wow. Those are beautiful. I love looking at snowflakes when the big fluffy ones come down. So neat.

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    1. That's my favorite kind of snow. I love to see it on Christmas Eve. :)

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  12. Stunning. The snowflakes are really amazing and breathtakingly gorgeous. Thank you for sharing.

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  13. Amazing photos, rich in their variety of form.

    Blessings and Bear hugs!

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  14. The pictures were very beautiful and I don't think I saw two alike. Thanks for sharing this.

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    1. Yes, they're all so intricate and unique. Glad you enjoyed the video.

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  15. I haven't seen the works of Alexey Kljatov's before!! Learnt something new. Thank you.

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  16. Beautiful and fascinating!

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  17. such a peaceful piece--thanks dana :)

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  18. Beautiful pictures, beautiful and creative idea!

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  19. Absolutely gorgeous!!! Thanks for sharing this. I have to show the kiddos!

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  20. The mathematical part of it begins to boggle my mind. You'd like the studies of Dr. Emoto, a scientist who studies water and I'm a big fan of his books featuring water crystals.

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    1. I love the video. I think it's fascinating. ☺

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  22. WOW, they are amazing as are you. You always are able to find the most unique amazing things to share here. WOW, you outdid yourself with this one. ♥

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    1. You're too sweet, Kathy. Thank you. I'm really glad you enjoy my features.

      Have a wonderful week!

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  23. Advanced Merry Christmas & Happy New Year greetings and also Thanks and Smiles:) for ur support till now Dear Blogger Buddy God<3U:)

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