This Oddly Satisfying Time-Lapse Of Flowers Blooming Is Absolutely Intriguing

This is an oddly soothing video to watch: Thomas Blanchard created a gorgeous time-lapse of flowers blooming using over 10,000 images. Flowers have long been admired by humans so much so that a tulip bulb was once more valuable than gold in Holland during the 1600s.

Flowers are known for being objects of romance, religion, ritual, medicine and sources of food. Flowers are guaranteed to beautify any room.

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Below is the list of the flowers used, number of pictures taken and interval between each:

  • Pink wedding flowers: 353 pics, interval 11 minutes
  • Pink : 248 pics, interval 13 minutes
  • Purple Lilies : 246 pics, interval 8 minutes
  • White Amaryllis : 343 pics, interval 8 minutes
  • Red Lilie : 353 pics, interval 8 minutes
  • White Amaryllis : 305 pics, interval 6 minutes
  • Pink Lilie : 649 pics, interval 10 minutes
  • White Hyacinth : 332 pics, interval 8 minutes
  • Red Amaryllis : 340 pics, interval 9 minutes
  • Whites Amaryllis : 370 pics, interval 8 minutes
  • Orange Lilies : 342 pics, interval 10 minutes
  • Alstroemeria : 555 pics, interval 10 minutes
  • Blue Iris : 346 pics, interval 8 minutes
  • Daffodils : 417 pics, interval 5 minutes
  • Freesia : 612 pics, interval 10 minutes
  • White Lilies : 503 pics, interval 10 minutes
  • Pink Hyacinth : 636 pics, interval 7 minutes
  • Red Amaryllis : 259 pics, interval 8 minutes
  • White Lilie : 249 pics, interval 10 minutes
  • Tulips : 1379 pics, interval 5 minutes
  • Amaryllis (Nymph) : 787 pics, interval 8 minutes

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