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real snowflake - Google Search

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THE TINIEST SNOWFLAKES ARE CALLED "DIAMOND DUST."  The smallest snow crystals are no larger in size than the diameter of a human hair.      Because they're so small and lightweight, they remain suspended in the air and appear like sparkling dust in the sunlight, which is where they get their name. Diamond dust is most often seen in bitterly cold weather when air temperatures dip below 0° F.

This is a phenomenon known as diamond dust, where the snowflakes and ice-particles are so fine that they reflect light in just the right way to create rainbows in mid-air.

6 Ways Veterinarians Completely Sabotage Vet Techs

6 Ways Veterinarians Completely Sabotage Vet Techs

The total amount of energy from outside the solar system ever received by all the radio telescopes on the planet Earth is less than the energy of a single snowflake striking the ground.” ~ Carl Sagan

The total amount of energy from outside the solar system ever received by all the radio telescopes on the planet Earth is less than the energy of a single snowflake striking the ground.

Milkweed.  Great attractor of butterflies.   Seed-bearing ~ by Susan Etole

Great attractor of butterflies. Seed-bearing ~ by Susan Etole

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La couleur de ces arbres change tout le temps ! 19 photos d’une espèce extraordinaire !

Rainbow meets Tornado...if this is not photo-shopped then it is God amazing.  If it is photo-shopped then it is still beautiful

"I have set my rainbow in the clouds, and it will be the sign of the covenant between me and the earth." Genesis in the wake of destruction, God is still there! Tornado sucks up rainbow

雪の華 って曲も、いい思い出だな………。

Inspiring picture black and white, flocon de neige, photo, snow, snowflake. Find the picture to your taste!

A snowflake under a microscope.

Real snowflakes clinging to a car window. Phoney flakes lack the characteristic six-fold, hexagonal symmetry. Photograph: M Scott Moon/AP

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