Snowflake physics aside, I think it's a beautiful crystal - concrete symmetry in the center that gives way to more erratic and organic patterns the further out you look. Some unusual side-branches are also perfectly straight with no features or additional branching. It's not often you see that, but it reinforces the idea that no two snowflakes are alike. :)
This image consists of 34 separate frames required for focus-stacking. Only a small slice of the crystal is in focus in any one frame, so a combination of multiple images are required to bring the entire snowflake in focus. Because all of my snowflake images are shot entirely handheld, I drastically overshoot the subject to be 100% sure I've gotten every piece I need. 240 images of this snowflake were taken in total, with roughly the first 10 spent on achieving the proper reflective angle to make it shine.
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