There was no moon, but the starlight was so brilliant that the snow crystals glistened in it.
All, of course, show the six-sided form of the snow crystals.
Look at snow crystals through a tripod lens if you have one.
Beneath the mellow moon, snow crystals were brilliant with light.
One is a representation of snow crystals, and the other is a diagram of a mock sun.
The white colour of snow is caused by the commingling of rays of all the prismatic colours from the minute snow crystals.
On the 20th the snow crystals that fell actually melted on coming into contact with our clothes or any dark substance.
Snow crystals hold entangled within their mass eight or ten times their own bulk of air.
For ages mankind has admired the diversity of beautiful forms exhibited by snow crystals.
Both the size and the shape of snow crystals depend to some extent upon the temperature of the air.