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Queen of the Night Bloom #40588
07/26/14 02:13 AM
07/26/14 02:13 AM
Joined: Jul 2007
Tucson, Arizona, USA
Tucson Jim Offline OP
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Tucson Jim  Offline OP
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Joined: Jul 2007
Tucson, Arizona, USA
A couple of weeks ago our "Queen of the Night" Cactus (night blooming Cereus) did its thing, so I tried my hand at using the Time Lapse feature on my E-M1. If this works correctly, you should be able to click on the image and see the video. In Firefox browser, it will open a new tab, go to my SmugMug account and launch the viewer. When it is done, just close the tab.



I messed up because half way through I tried to zoom in closer. So there are two videos. It only blooms once a year, so I'll have to wait a year to try and do better.



Re: Queen of the Night Bloom [Re: Tucson Jim] #40592
07/28/14 01:18 AM
07/28/14 01:18 AM
Joined: Feb 2005
Manhattan, New York, New York
James Morrissey Offline
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James Morrissey  Offline
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Carpal Tunnel

Joined: Feb 2005
Manhattan, New York, New York
Hey Jim,

That's really cool!!!

James


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