Technically they are poor, made with the wrong gear, but it's the first time I am able to capture ice crystals.
My 100/4 Takumar macro-bellow is out of work for a hole in the bellow, so I resorted to the 60-250/4 with two close up lenses stacked on (Nikon 5T and 6T), and a big crop of the great K-5 files.
The crystals were captured" over a piece of glass, but the temprature was around 0°C and they melted quickly.
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