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Natural Snowflakes
  --Photo Gallery I
  --Photo Gallery II
  --Photo Gallery III
  --Guide to Snowflakes
  --Snowflake Books
  --Historic Snowflakes
  --Ice Crystal Halos
  --Snowflake Store
Designer Snowflakes
  --I: First Attempts
  --II: Better Snowflakes
  --III: Precision Snow
  --Snowflake Movies
  --Free-falling Snow
  --Designer's Page
Frost Crystals
  --Guide to Frost
  --Frost Photos
Snowflake Physics
  --Snowflake Primer
  --Snow Crystal FAQs
  --No Two Alike?
  --Crystal Faceting
  --Snowflake Branching
  --Electric Growth
  --Ice Properties
  --Myths and Nonsense
Snow Activities
  --Snowflake Watching
  --Photographing Snow
  --Make Your Own
  --Snowflake Fossils
  --Ice Spikes
  --Activities for Kids
Snowflake Touring
  --Snowflake Hot Spots
  --Northern Ontario
  --Hokkaido, Japan (2) (3)
  --Michigan U. P.
  --California Mountains
Copyright Issues
Copyright Questions
   ... Can I use the pictures on your website?... 

Personal Uses:  If you want to use anything on this website for some small personal use -- something that does not involve publication -- then go ahead.  This includes book reports, presentations, class projects, personal Christmas cards, etc.  Please include a reference to to whenever possible.

Web Uses:  If you want to publish something from this website on your personal website or blog, that's fine, but please include a link to

Commercial Uses:  I have a large collection of high-resolution snowflake pictures and snowflake movies that are available for commercial purposes.  Please send me an e-mail and let me know what you have in mind.   Prices will depend on what you are doing and how many pictures/movies you want.


Please note that many pictures on this website were copied from out-of-print books and magazines, or from other web pages.  If you want to publish any of this material, you'll have to go to the original source.  References throughout the website are provided next to the individual pictures, or sometimes in a footnote at the end of the page.

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