Snowflake Fall by Diana Neves
Diana Neves captured the fragile beauty of a snowflake while enjoying a walk with her partner in Staffordshire, UK. While each snowflake is unique, this one also holds a special significance for Diana:
“I was recovering from depression at the time, and the snowflake reminded me to look for happiness in everything you see.”
Snowflakes form from smaller ice crystals fusing together within a cloud. This creates a six-sided, hexagonal structure, as this is the most efficient shape the crystals can take.
To get this crystal clear shot of this ice crystal, Diana rested her hand on a tree to stabilise the shot.
Photo location: Staffordshire, UK
Photographer based: Chelmsford, Essex, UK
Camera: Samsung Galaxy S10