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A Timelapse of Flowers

Here is something quite lovely.  The idea behind it is very simple – and it makes the end result all the more effective because of its minimalism.  The plan was to take six flowers, Amaryllis, Lilies, Zygocactus, Rose, Gladiolus and Gardenia and to make a film which captured their bloom.

Yes, the idea is simple enough but the execution is rather more complicated.  Altogether there are over 7,000 photos included in this marvellous timelapse, taking in more than 730 hours.  This was created by Katka Pruskova and – believe it or not – this is her very first timelapse.  Those who are older hands at this particular form of photographic art will tell you that it may look effortless but it is far from easy.  Thanks, Katka!

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