One of a series of ÒsnowfakesÓ that are the product of an elaborate computer model designed to replicate the complex growth of snow crystals. Created by mathematicians David Griffeath of University of Wisconsin-Madison and Janko Gravner of University of California, Davis, the model can generate all of natureÕs snowflake types in rich, three-dimensional detail.
Used and distributed with permission by: UW-Madison University Communications  608/262-0067
Photo by:  courtesy courtesy Janko Gravner and David Griffeath
Date:  unknown     File#:   file provided 02/09

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    Mindy Suehs Bammel

    on Sep 26

    John has done multiple projects for me and my husband. His work is absolutely amazing and I could not be more pleased with the end results. He is so friendly and personable....I highly recommend him. He is GREAT!

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    Sylvia Craig

    on Feb 05

    Fantastic work!!!