A blooming animation

I was fascinated to discover that a globe artichoke will still flower when it's neither on the plant nor placed in water. That discovery prompted this, my first attempt at a (simple) time lapse sequence. It comprises seven days' worth of shots, one shot per day.
I tried to upload it as a gif but couldn't get it to work so with help from my husband I made it into a (very) short video instead.
Wow that is gorgeous!
October 10th, 2020  
It reminds me of a sea anemone!
October 10th, 2020  
This is absolutely fascinating!
October 10th, 2020  
Super! Looks like an underwater creature somehow--way cool
October 11th, 2020  
Wowy video! Very cool to watch. Beautiful! Fav
October 11th, 2020  
A lovely presentation.Fav!!☺️
October 11th, 2020  
How clever. Full of beautiful colours and textures. Well done. Fav.
October 11th, 2020  
Wow that is brilliant Alison. Beautiful nature too and a top story.
We had a guest speaker at camera club a while back who did time lapses. He used a go pro ( or equivalent) it was good stuff. Mind you he was well geeky, had some top of the range sony equipment and gear for his videos and stills. I think i should try some videos. I do like doing an annual AV ( pics to music) for our camera club AV night
October 13th, 2020  
Surreal. Like!
October 14th, 2020  
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