By Leilani

LifeBuzz Staff

The Sharpest EVER Close-Up Photos Of Snowflakes Reveal Winter’s Perfection.

Alexey Kljatov is a budding photographer based in Moscow, Russia, with a portfolio dedicated to night cityscapes, still light painting, and another interest that's earned him a loyal following: snowflake macro photography.

Though Kljatov remains humble and devotes much of his blog, ChaoticMind75, to sharing techniques and honoring the work of other artists, he seems well on his way to creating a name for himself. Last December, he announced that one of his snowflake photographs were selected as the cover of an EP by French drone and ambient music producer Laurent Memmi.

Browse through his captivating collection below to see snowflakes from the current winter in marvelous detail.

Based in Moscow, Alexey Kljatov has a passion and talent for shooting snowflake macro photography.

His photos have been published in a number of works, including the book 'The Snowflake: Winter's Frozen Artistry' by Kenneth Libbrecht and Rachel Wing.

Fun Fact: Kljatov's mother, Olga Sytina, also shoots snowflakes in a similar style.

Visit Alexey Kljatov's official site and Facebook to access his most recent work, including a series of 'daily catches' in which he features snowflakes collected each morning.

Source: Twisted Sifter