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Hypnotic Time-Lapse Videos Showcase The Seldom Seen Movements of Nature

1693 Hypnotic Time-Lapse Videos Showcase The Seldom Seen Movements of Nature
Screenshot from Blooming Flowers — a YouTube video posted by Johnny Jabbour

Time ticks in different ways for Mother Nature’s assortment of creatures and plants. And often life moves in a motion too slow for our eyes to capture. Although we can stare at a tree, we will not notice the roots burrow deep within the soil or the trunk widen with age. 

But time-lapse and slow-motion technology can provide a glimpse into a world seldom seen. These videos do just that: They show how a drop of rain pops a lizard off a brown leaf for a momentary second in time, how bell-shaped mushrooms rocket toward the sky and spread their lacy “skirts,” and how luscious green plants unfurl under the sun’s warm rays. 

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Below, indulge in the slow moments of life, the ones seldom seen:

 

Spring Awakening by Artur Homan

 

 

Life Cycle, Rose of Jericho by Neil Bromhall

 

 

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Blooming Flowers, posted by Johnny Jabbour

 

 

Fly Agaric Timelapse by Neil Bromhall

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Cool Nature Video [Edited By Roen Horn]

 

 

Earth Cordyceps Fungus Timelapse by BBC Planet Earth

 

 

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For more magnificent time-lapse and slow-motion videos, check out io9.


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