Timelapse videos of blooming flowers are made from more than 39,000 photos

A Slovak photographer due to being isolated from his home for too long had enough time for him to create a nearly 4-minute video of the flowering process of different flowers.

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Of these 39,000 photos, he selected 27,282 to make the movie.

For more than a year, he has taken more than 39,000 photographs recording 1,276 hours of blooming flowers. Of these 39,000 photos, he selected 27,282 to make the movie.

He said: "It took more than 424 hours for purple orchids to bloom. Pheasant's-eye is the fastest blooming flower, it blooms in an hour and a half; however I still need to take up to 996 photos."

The post-production stage is mostly to remove the small insects that crawl on the flower when it blooms.

Watching the video above, watching the blooming flowers is very relaxing, especially when we are not out on the streets these days.

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