Friday, April 7, 2017

a friday night film


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9 comments:

John Wells said...

Palo verde blooming. I started this tree from seed almost 6 years ago to the day. http://thefieldlab.blogspot.com/2011/04/talcum-powder-road.html
It is 6 ft. tall now and finally busting out some flowers. I shot this time lapse over 10 hours and the blossom finally fully opened just as the sun set. The rig in the thumbnail picture was in place to hold the branch steady in the wind - luckily it was pretty calm throughout the day. "A Moment's Peace Duet" by Darcy Hill. Performed by David and Darcy Hill. (David and I graduated high school together in Charlotte, NC 40 years ago.) News Theme by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/...) Artist: http://incompetech.com/

Sam Keith said...

As humbly observe the wonders of Creation.

Margery Bills said...

Very nice time lapse.

Sam Finn said...

Beautiful. No blooms up here in the cool, blue north yet. We're just beginning to get buds. Our robins and red wing black birds are returning. Canada geese are claiming their territory. Come on Spring!

remmij said...

the bees are probably enjoying the blooms (thought I saw a couple) -
the "A Moment's Peace Duet" lived up
to its title and did provide a moment of peace - nicely done.



Ronald Mahan said...

Sam Finn - be glad you did not get a false Spring - followed by a hard freeze - like we did in North Alabama. This damaged most of the flower buds on our pear & peach trees, and azalea plants. But the fig trees will have their fruit as normal.

Sam Finn said...
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Sam Finn said...

Ronald Mahan - We've had that happen up here before too. Not unusual for us to get a frost as late as the first week of June.

pamit said...

Better than scripture.