Time-laps shots are as old as the camera itself. We associate those typically opening flowers usually with a bygone edifying era. Now, cameraman Daniel Csobot reinvented the concept and used the optimal technique. And it fascinates more than ever: we see hair roots grow, leaves unfold and stamens stand up. In a way we did not seen before. And fortunately chose Daniel an indolent, sparkling score. This short film goes up to 100K views and is made with Canon 7D, Kessler CineSlider, Canon EF 100mm Macro and Canon 15-85mm.