Animated GIF Series Showcases the Striking Beauty of Flowers as They Fully Blossom

flower-bloom-animated-gifYutaka Kitamura and Alexander Reeder. From Touched by Strangers series.

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Yutaka Kitamura and Alexander Reeder. From Touched by Strangers series

Yutaka Kitamura and Alexander Reeder. From Touched by Strangers series

Yutaka Kitamura and Alexander Reeder. From Touched by Strangers series

Yutaka Kitamura and Alexander Reeder. From Touched by Strangers series

Yutaka Kitamura and Alexander Reeder. From Touched by Strangers series

Yutaka Kitamura and Alexander Reeder. From Touched by Strangers series

Yutaka Kitamura and Alexander Reeder. From Touched by Strangers series

bestanimations.- Yutaka Kitamura and Alexander Reeder. From Touched by Strangers series

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Animated GIF Series Showcases the Striking Beauty of Flowers as They Fully Blossom

Touched by Strangers of Yutaka Kitamura here.

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Tired of the harsh, winter months that seem to go on forever? Here’s a little touch of spring to compensate. These lovely time-lapse collection of flowers blooming were painstakingly created not by one, but several artists. They were started by artist Yutaka Kitamura  for a series called Touched by Strangers, a performance project she did in collaboration with artist Alexander Reeder. Touched by Strangers is a GIF series that showcases the striking beauty of flowers as they fully blossom. The raw time-lapse video was originally recorded by Kitamura and Reeder, and was later assembled into an animated GIF series on Tumblr.

h/t:: exposureguide and beautifulnow.is

 

Watch the video:

Flowering 2009 HD (touched by strangers) from GOmotion on Vimeo.

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