Remember That Snow Is Beautiful With a Microscopic Time-Lapse of Snowflakes Forming [Video]
Unless the mere thought of snow sends you into a blind rage at this point.
Much of the US has been hammered by snow this year, so you may not be its biggest fan right now, but maybe this microscopic view of snowflakes forming can turn that opinion around—until, of course, the next time it snows, which is apparently every day forever. Hey, maybe remembering this video will brighten your day next time your commute has you slogging through mounds of slush.
Or it might just make you think of everything you know and love slowly becoming encased in creeping, expanding ice. Either way, it’s hard to look away from.
- Here’s how they make snow in Sochi’s fairly warm climate
- Recent snowstorms look like giant white blobs when viewed from space
- How do you announce a snow day? With rapping teachers, of course
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