2nd Annual Snowflake Exhibit
by Rick Doble
Colored and colorized microscopic and magnified photographs of snow crystals and ice

Based in part from the study of snow crystals by W. A. Bentley.

© Copyright 1998 by Richard deGaris Doble 
All rights reserved

Welcome to my second annual exhibit of snowflakes.
These are quite different from the ones I did a year ago.
Just click on the link at the bottom of the page to see last year's exhibit.
This year's show features some unusual animations.
Some of the rapid ones are like light shows.


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This display is derived in part from the landmark photographic study of snow crystals by W.A. Bentley. His microscopic studies were created around the turn of the century.

See these related seasonal
online exhibits by Rick Doble -
view almost 40
colorful still and animated snowflakes

3rd Annual Snowflake Exhibit

3rd Annual Snowflake Exhibit (new for 1999)
Snowflake Splendor
--- digital snowflakes are falling on the internet ---

Go to to the 1st Snowflake Exhibit (1997).

See a related seasonal show
An Exhibit of Christmas Lights
--- folk art in the yard ---
Almost 80 pictures including animation

Go to my
Digital Visuals

site to see a full listing of my visual work
on the Internet.

© Copyright 1998 by Richard deGaris Doble 
All rights reserved

Public schools, galleries, art schools, educational institutions, and non-profit organizations may display these images on a computer monitor as a continuous "slide show" or on their web sites at no charge. However, written permission must be obtained or it is a violation of the copyright laws. Please send me an e-mail message for full details.
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