Sometimes when I’m camping out in blogs, I learn lots of interesting stuff about the people who own the camp sites. Yesterday I left 315 LIKEs and 89 comments. That’s my record on comments but 316 is my record on LIKEs. I’m on a quest today to go 400/100.
However, if I find too much really good reading, things slow down, and that’s what has happened this morning already.
In fact, while I was camping out in jazfagan’s hippy Bohemian Buddha blog, I mentioned in a comment about sunflowers that they make a great plant to do time lapse photography with. Find a location where you can take pictures from each week and document the weekly progress of the sunflower plant. Once you have all your pictures, create a slide show. The effect is awesome!
Many decades ago I did a time lapse on sunflowers in my own garden, from bare seeds, to planting, to poking their first little leaves out of the soil, to growing up, to blooming, seeding, and dying. It was quite interesting. Unfortunately, I scanned those pictures in the late 1990s, through the printed copies away, and then lost the digital files in the Great Hard Drive Crash of August 2005.
Maybe it’s time to do another…. San Diego State University, just a mile from my home, has been transforming the campus into a beautiful botanical garden, and each summer they have a lot of sunflowers, including red sunflowers — didn’t know they came in any color other than sun yellow. lol. It’s too late this year, but next year, time lapsed sunflowers is on my schedule.
Meanwhile, here’s one of my favorite sunflower pictures from San Diego State University.
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