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Spring, an epic 4K flower time lapse that took 3 years to make

Filmed over three years and finished in 4K, this epic ode to spring by Jamie Scott unfolds majestically, much like the flowers in the footage. The camera travels across studio-lit close ups and outdoor city scenery during the day and at night, showcasing lilies, grape hyacinths, daffodils, cherry blossoms, tulips, irises, poppies, and more: Spring.

It’s an ambitious companion piece to Scott’s previously endeavor: Fall, a Central Park-based ode to the autumn season’s color shifts.

Next: Brilliant blooming cactus flowers in time lapse, summer lawn daisies grow, get cut, & regrow, and Umwelt, time lapse flowers with real time insects.

via Colossal.

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