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January 15, 2012

Time-lapse video of flowers as they bloom

- by Debra Anchors


I have been creating a photo gallery of my gardens; please take a peek by using the tab above.

In the meantime, as I continue to work on the photo gallery, I though you would enjoy viewing a video of flowers blooming.




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17 comments:

  1. Thanks for stopping by my blog and leaving a comment, appreciate it. I signed on to get your blog in my email box. Love the Spring ticker. Going to check out your photos-they look interesting.

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    1. Thank you for stopping by, Bev and for your subscription, too. I hope you will continue to enjoy Gardens Inspired.

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  2. I've been thinking of making such a timelapse video very often, but never did...
    I really should make time for it, your video is so beautiful!

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    1. Hi Anne, thank you for complimenting the video; the person who created it did a wonderful job. I found it online. Thank you for visiting!

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  3. Hi Debra,
    That video was spectacular! I never see or think about movement in flowers, except for what the wind causes. In fast motion like that, it almost looks like they are dancing.

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  4. Thank you, Sue. Wouldn't it be fun to actually watch our flowers open? The motion and music caught the attention of our 3-year old grandson; he loved this video and asked to see it more than once. Thanks for coming over!

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  5. Beautiful, just beautiful!
    and your Garden is lovely, the candy bridge is so cheerful and the glass totems so enchanting.
    Happy Gardening,
    Evelyn

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  6. Debra, I noticed your Baptisa in your garden. I planted some bare root this fall. Hope they look like yours this spring. Nice blog btw.

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    1. Hello Greggo - thanks for stopping over. I'm certain your Baptisa will be beautiful; in my experience, more so during their second spring. If I may offer one little word of caution - be sure the site you have chosen is a permanent one. Baptisa is VERY difficult to move.

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  7. Gorgeous...wonderful and magical!
    Victoria

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  8. Debra, You did really inspire me... hope you visit my latest post :)

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  9. NH, your latest post is wonderful, as always. Thank you again for the link back. Readers, click on 'NHGarden', just above to be taken directly to another wonderful read about gardens.

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  10. Love the time lapse photography! Did you take that of your flowers?

    The "photo" that you liked was actually my painting of a pink hibiscus in my garden. You can see more of my flower paintings at http://BarbaraRosenzweig.etsy.com

    It's wonderful to meet another flower lover!

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  11. Awesome. I used to have one of a cartoon farmer planting seeds. This reminds me of back when we had the camp on the pond, and heard the water lilies popping open during the night.

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    1. Hello Dave - thanks for the mental image. What a beautiful memory!

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  12. It is really nice picture and looking so great. Amezing and very beautiful flowers.

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