In Thomas Blanchard's '60s and '70s-inspired time-lapse film, beautiful flowers bloom like magic.
The short film, fittingly titled "Flowers," features an up-close-and-personal look at the nature of lilies, hyacinths, irises, daffodils, tulips, and more, in bloom.
And it's hypnotic.
"I created this video simply because I love nature... To me, the '60s/'70s is the most representative period for the flowers," the French-based filmmaker writes in his Vimeo video description. "This is a way to pay tribute to them."
Blanchard tells A Plus in an email that he's been making movies for nine years, and is completely self-taught.
Each flower time-lapse is comprised of anywhere from 248 to 1,379 pictures, creating an effortless, brilliant moving image over the course of four months.