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Floral Fireworks: A Simple Yet Beautiful Time-Lapse of Flowers Blooming

Czech Republic-based photographer Katka Pruskova recently completed her first time-lapse project, and it's quite an impressive effort. Pruskova photographed flowers in front of a black backdrop, using the magic of time-lapse photography to capture them blooming. She shot more than 7100 still photographs using her Canon 5D Mark II over the couse of more than 730 hours.

Colorful Gardens with Camera Flowers in Full Bloom

Brazilian artist André Feliciano creates beautiful gardens that look rather ordinary from afar, but step a little closer and you'll notice that each individual flower is quite peculiar: it's shaped like a camera. Feliciano's colorful displays feature hundreds or thousands of tiny plastic cameras.

Incredible Flowers Created with Splashes and High Speed Photography

Photographer Jack Long has an absolutely amazing series of photographs titled Vessels and Blooms that features liquid flowers captured by shooting high speed photographs of splashes. The images are not faked with Photoshop, but are instead single exposures that result from months of planning and testing.

Lens and Film Wedding Boutonnieres

When husband and wife photography duo Jodi and Kurt got married last year, they were determined to do something photography-related for the guys' boutonnières. Luckily for them, Kurt's sister Lynn is a brilliant wedding stylist who helped make these one-of-a-kind designs. Kurt's featured an old camera lens, while the best man's was a flower made from film negatives.

Flowers Exploded and Neatly Arranged

Exploded Flowers is a project by Singapore-based photographer Qi Wei in which he carefully disassembles various flowers into their most basic "parts", and photographs them neatly arranged against a white background.

Dandelion in the Wind

Here’s a photograph I took today while hiking with friends on the Bailey Cove Trailhead in the Shasta-Trinity National Forest: …