Up close photos of ice crystals and macro snowflake photography are always interesting to capture and take a look at the natural world that we don’t normally see.
This series of close-up photos of ice crystals was taken along the shore of Georgian Bay in Ontario, Canada. I especially like this series because the macro ice crystals have a distinct crystalline formation that looks a lot like an aerial photo of a mountain range.
This series of up close ice crystals on a frozen lake was not photographed with a macro lens. They were captured with a Sigma ART 50mm at 1/125s, f/8.0 and ISO 400.
Images from this session are available for royalty free licensing at Stocksy United.