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By stephane • Coloring pages • Friday 11/12/2009 • 1 comment

A picture of a Snowflake. If you look closely at some snow, you will see that it is formed from snow flakes. Snowflakes are tiny ice crystals. The crystals all have symmetric and hexagonal shapes, but all snowflakes are different! Their structure is unique and will vary depending on temperature and humidity. With all the patterns and colors of ScrapColoring, your snowflake can be unique too!

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Vintage Snowflakes by stephane on Friday 11/12/2009 at 12:01

The first photographed snowflakes, in 1902 by Wilson Bentley :

Snowflakes by Wilson Bentley