I have to admit...I have never been in the snow. Well...I guess the first time I visited New York with my friend could count. We got off the train from Pennsylvania and when we walked out of the train station, there was light snow. But, it lasted for mere moments.
Otherwise, I'm a snow virgin (lol). I have this idealistic idea of being in the snow but I realize that living in it is different than visiting it! When I came across Moscow-based photographer, Andrew Osokin, my fascination with snow intensified. These macro photographs of snowflakes are amazing! The time and precision of his work is evident in his photographs. What really stuns me though is the delicate and intricate detail he captures of the snowflakes that fall from the sky. It's incredible to see up close and personal.
For those who live where it snows, does it make you take a second glance at the snowflakes that fall around you?