Words and pictures from the author of the Elizabeth Goodweather Appalachian Mysteries and the forthcoming And the Crows Took Their Eyes . . .
Oh, wow, I love the time lapse shots! Crying shame the beautiful bloom doesn't last longer.
You had a rare bloom, Night Blooming Cereus is so rare, and you have to indulge an evening of sitting watching its beauty. Congratulations! I posted again about my big sunflower (so I'm obsessed too) again. But I did see a meteor last night too!
Vicki, your photographs of your obsession are magnificent.Perhaps having this second Cereus bud bloom might warrant thinking of a name (like Blue Moon) to honor the occasion.I'm delighted that you had the patience to record this beauty. Looks like your flashlight technique worked very well, too. xo
What a wonderful sequence of blooming. The full bloom with black background is my favorite.
Beautiful! The 10:26 sequence would be gorgeous framed! Thank you for sharing! :-)
What a beauty! You need to make a poster out it!
Just realized I left out my favorite shot -- 10:28. So I added it.
Most definitely a worthy obsession.
Spectacular sequence! Thank you so much for sharing!
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