Plenty of interesting geometry, symmetry and fractals in a tiny snowflake such as this. A lot of people will likely find this snowflake beautiful, and it makes me contemplate the idea of natural beauty. Beauty in any context is very subjective; On the most basic levels, it is decided by instinct and evolution. We notice fractal patterns because they're often important, and even photos that follow a Fibonacci spiral will have a subliminally pleasing composition. When I look at this snowflake and see beauty, it's not because it's beautiful - it's because our brains is wired to think so.
Beauty is in the eye of the beholder. This is true for a snowflake as much as it is for love at first sight; Beauty is what you make of it.
More of my snowflakes and how I take these pictures: http://skycrystals.ca/