Courier Dover Publications, 1962 - Design - 226 pages
Over 2,000 photomicrographs of snowflakes, plus slides of frost, rime, glaze, dew, and hail. Introduction by meteorologist W. J. Humphreys discusses techniques of photographing snow crystals, science of crystallography, classification, and markings. "Page after page of patterns, one more beautiful than the next." — Country Journal. 202 plates.
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Review: Snow CrystalsUser Review - Corinne - Goodreads
The pictures taken by Snowflake Bentley at his farm in Vermont, and a scientific explanation of why they look how they do. Read full review
Review: Snow CrystalsUser Review - Katie W - Goodreads
I am glad that WA Bentley took the time and had the persistence to photograph so many snow crystals - they truly are intricate and gorgeous - with so many designs - the beautiful, magical, breathtaking artwork of God that fills the soul with wonder and awe. Read full review
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