British microbiologist Brian Valentine is always keen on macro photography. According to him, now, when he retired, he is more devoted and spend more time creating amazing pictures by SLR. Most of the shots taken in his own garden, because apart from interest in photography, Brian is also an avid gardener.
Whimsical snowflakes in the newly fallen snow.
Brian begins his hunt for the snowflakes at 8 o’clock in the morning. At this time, just the best lighting, and even snowflakes do not melt. In the picture – snowflake frosty cooler.
Brian works with a camera Canon 5D Mark 2 with MPE with 65mm lens. These snow crystals he photographed in his garden bench.
Winterhoof Glass Machinery Bryan.
Ice Cubes, who grew up on the fallen leaves.
Freezing on a leaf of grass, a drop of dew began to take form snowflakes.
snowflake , covered with frost.
A drop of dew frozen, and no time to fall.
“Shapes of ice crystals, snow and frost are amazingly beautiful. they inspired me to create these pictures, “- says Brian. “Each of these crystals is its own form, and they vary from spikes of hoarfrost, to fern-shaped crystals of ice and snow. You can even find something resembling a miniature cups, which are collected in tiny droplets of water.”