Tuesday, June 27, 2017

Watching A Magnolia Bloom...

If you could time lapse a Magnolia flower blooming, it would look something like this...





Magnolia's, a popular flower in North Carolina.

25 comments:

  1. Loved the sequence of the blooming process. Magnolias are such beautiful and most delightful smelling flowers.

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  2. Hello Debbie!
    Magnolia is a wonderful plant.
    Beautiful development cycle, from bud to fruit.
    Greetings from Poland.
    Lucja

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  3. Now if you could add the smell it would be perfect!! Beautiful flower.

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  4. Magnolias are gorgeous and I agree that it would be even more wonderful if we could enjoy it's scent! Lovely photos.
    Have a great Tuesday :)

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  5. Even the leaves of the magnolia are beautiful! The blossom looks like velvet!

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  6. I love Magnolia blossoms! Your time lapse is fascinating!

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  7. Oh how I would love to have a magnolia tree!!! They must have such a wonnnderful fragrance.

    But we have never tried one, "up North" here. :-)

    Luna Crone

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  8. They are beautiful...but kill my sinuses...sigh

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  9. Beautiful! This is an exquisite flower. I have only ever seen them in pictures

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  10. Absolutely right!! They still blooming strong here too!

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  11. Magnolias are a beautiful flower.
    Loved your series of photographs.

    All the best Jan

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  12. Gorgeous! The only tree missing from my farm!

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  13. Really good sequence to see Debbie. I like the look of the last one too :D)

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  14. Amazing sequence! We had the same thing here for the first time.

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  15. Love these, Magnolia's are my favorite tree!!

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  16. Beautiful captures, Debbie.

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    1. many thanks patti, i'm so happy you enjoyed this!!

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  17. Life and all of our creations are just incredible, proof right here.

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  18. My very favorite spring flower!
    These are just beautiful, Debbie.
    xo.

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  19. How lovely to watch the progression of growth into something so beautiful! Thanks for sharing this one. Blessings and hugs~

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