Timelapse Captures How House Plants Move in the Day and Sleep at Night
6 monthes ago - By Peta Pixel
The beauty of time-lapse photography is that it gives us a view of the world that our eyes can't naturally see. Darryl Cheng of House Plant Journal created a time-lapse that does just that: it reveals how much ordinary house plants move over the course of a day.
Here's the time-lapse Cheng created with angusandceleste , which includes a clock in the frame to show the pace of time:
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The timelapse is “showing two of my favourite daily movers: oxalis and maranta,” Cheng writes. Boing Boing notes that the...
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