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Snowflake Bentley

Jacqueline Briggs Martin

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Digging deep into the facts of snow, snow storms, snowmen and professional snowball fights

PennLive.com
The first photos of snow crystals were produced in 1885 by Wilson “SnowflakeBentley. He attached a bellows camera to a microscope and then manipulated snowflakes with a turkey wing. Eventually he captured images of more than 5,000 snow crystals.

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Bentley's snowflakes

Mashable
Raised on a farm in Jericho, Vermont, Wilson Alwyn Bentley became fascinated with the crystalline patterns of snowflakes at a young age. As a teenager, he began trying to sketch the delicate formations with the aid of an old microscope, but found them ...

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Event Celebrates Legacy of Snowflake Bentley at Woodstock Inn Nordic Center

The Vermont Standard
“This is going to be all things Snowflake Bentley,” said Wallace-Senft who came up with the idea several years ago in Oregon where she was a volunteer for the National Forest and came across Bentley's book, Snow Crystals, a monograph illustrated with ...

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Bentley's special snowflakes

Washington Post
The children's book “Snowflake Bentley,” written by Jacqueline Briggs Martin and illustrated by Mary Azarian, tells Bentley's story. Snowmen, sledding and snow days are a few of the reasons that children love snow. The illustrations in this book add ...

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