News364 December 17, 2022

From their bedroom window, Brits continue to witness thick frost or a thick layer of snow as they battle the country’s severely cold temperatures. While making snow angels or snowball battles out of the ideal layer can seem like the natural response, doing so could cause you to miss the wonder of snowflakes.

A woman described what snowflakes look like up close in a video that has now gone viral, and the poignant discovery has left viewers “in tears.” Erin Marke, who has more than 17,000 followers on her TikTok account @ erinmariephoto, posted the enlightening video on the well-liked video-streaming platform.


Erin amazed the audience by examining the newly fallen snow with a magnifying glass to reveal previously unseen delicate and lovely details.

Since going live, Erin’s video of a close-up snowflake has had over 5.1 million views, which shows how popular it is.

Isn’t it amazing how something so tiny can have such intricate designs? she remarked in the video’s caption.

The finding, which isn’t apparent to the unaided eye, shows that snowflakes come in a variety of sizes and shapes.

The “beautiful” flakes appear to be exceedingly delicate and detailed; you have no idea what is actually in front of you.

TikTok users flocked to the comment area of the popular post to express their dismay at the concealed details; some even admitted that they wanted to cry.


One person wrote: “It makes me sad that I can’t see them like this when they are falling. man it would be so magical.”


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Why does this want to make me cry? Another enquired. “For anxious people, it seems like a grounding tool. I’m grateful.”


“Nature is very lovely. Gratitude to God “one more stated.

In the meantime, another user wrote: “We are identical to snowflakes in every way. Each of us is unique for a reason. God’s blessings on you Thank you for sharing; it was quite beautiful.”

“You can’t tell me fairies didn’t make these,” said another.