Captures The Ridiculous Beauty Of Snowflakes

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    Russian amateur photographer Alexey Kljatov has managed to capture unearthly pictures of snowflakes via Cold War-era photography gear and duct tape. Kljatov proves that stunning imagery can actually be captured with what most people would consider trash.

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    He used the max optical zoom of his Powershot and focused it on the surface of an antique Helios 44M-5 lens salvaged from a Soviet-era Zenit camera. Once that was set into gear he locked down the setup using a wooden board, screws, a black plastic bag, and plenty of duct tape to name a few. All he uses to capture these flakes is literally all of the items you’d find in the garbage.

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