Remember the first time someone taught you how to make paper snowflakes? At Snowflake Maker you can bring back those memories by cutting out your own, once again. No need for safety scissors or borrowing a kid. Try different cuts, shapes, designs and background colors. Can you make a circle? Can you make a face? Share out your one-of-a-kind snowflake creation for the #ds106 world to see.
Wilson “Snowflake” Bently, born in Jericho, Vermont in February 1865, photographed snowflakes using his microscope-bellows camera. Over his lifetime he took well over 5000 microphotographs of snowflakes and thus discovered that no two snowflakes were alike. Today he is best known for his scientific research and photographic work in the study of snowflakes.
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