Slow motion Daffodils

To belatedly kick off Spring, take a look at this:

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Most of these shots are 1/2 second every 10 minutes. Some are 1/2 second every 5 minutes. The raw footage was then sped up %600. The most spectacular shots are right as the sun rises. In real time, these daffodils open in about 6 hours. Some are quicker. Cam: Canon Gl2 using interval timer.

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