Photographer Inexpensively Captures the World of Snowflakes

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Photographer, Alexey Kljatov has found a way to bring us into the world of snowflakes for just $50.

Using a piece of wood, a flash light, some tape, a glass table and a $50 lens, Kljatov managed to capture close-up photos of snowflakes that are truly magnificent. The artist taped an old lens backwards to his Canon Powershot A650 and lit a glass table from the opposite side with an LED flashlight. His camera-turned-makeshift-microscope captured an amazing collection of unique photos because, as we all know, no two snowflakes are alike.

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