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Published on Jul 10, 2011
Four-week time lapse of a Kalanchoe daigremontiana (a.k.a Mother of Thousand in English, "Livsblad" in Swedish).
This plant is interesting, because it spawns off mini-plants all over the edges of its leaves, and these eventually drop down into the soil next to the mother plant.
Filmed with a cheap webcam (640x480, JPEG at quality setting "75") over the course of approximately 4 weeks. There were a total of almost 81 thousand images. Then I motionblurred/combined 40 input images into 1, to reduce the number of images. Images that were too dark (i.e. during the night) were then removed. The interval between images was shorter during the first few days, and then I made it slightly longer, so the time is not linear throughout the entire video.