Wilson A. Bentley
Bentley attracted world attention with his pioneering work in the area of photomicrography, most notably his extensive work with snow crystals (commonly known as snowflakes). By adapting a microscope to a bellows camera, and years of trial and error, he became the first person to photograph a single snow crystal in 1885.
He would go on to capture more than 5000 snowflakes during his lifetime, not finding any two alike.
Last year I had had an idea to do a series on snowflakes and bunnies. I drew some today. It's not exactly how I want it, but still fun.
More drawings from today.
Giving thanks. - This year I am thankful for all of my friends who have stuck with me over the last three years. Next year is going to be "my year". When I finally heed eve...
5 years ago