Flight of the Phoenix

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Flight of the Phoenix

By | 2014-05-15T09:23:34+00:00 June 26th, 2014|0 Comments
Source: Andrew Osokin

At first, I thought that this was a figurine made of glass. I was astounded to find out that this is a static image of ice crystals. I find it interesting because Andrew Osokin captured such intricate detail. It had never occurred to me that ice crystals could produce wonderful artwork itself. Thanks to the scrupulous eyes and imagination of Andrew, I was able to see such an extraordinary picture.

About the Flight of the Phoenix

Andrew Osokin has taken striking macro photographic pictures of snowflakes. This picture shows the magnificence of the fractal micro-structures which we typically fail to distinguish with our own eyes. Andrew has used his skill in capturing great images to expose such a stunning ice crystal art piece. He is also challenging the spectator to use imagination in order to see a story.

About the Artist

Andrew Osokin is a Moscow-based photographer who loves capturing detailed photos of the complex forms of individual snowflakes and ice crystals that are in the course of melting away. He usually uses his 60/90mm macro lens and his Nikon D90.

Thank you Andrew Osokin for allowing us to post and share your Flight of the Phoenix. If you wish to know more about his interesting artworks, you can go and visit his website.

About the Author:

A person with a love and passion for puzzles.

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