Description: VARIOUS MICROSCOPY- AQUATIC MICRO-ORGANISMS, BLOOD IN CAPILLARIES. ALSO T/L PLANTS SPROUTING & GROWING, FLOWERS BLOOMING; MICROSCOPY: microorganism young water flea? next to strand of algae. Tiny white worms wriggling thru water against black BG; MICRO: tiny dark worms wriggling thru water against white BG. Little plankton maybe water fleas swimming & swirling around; MICRO: hydra/polyp contorting. Possibly clear fertilized eggs, red BG. FS body of what I took to be a water flea, red BG; MICRO: water flea wriggling around, black then blue BG-animal is translucent and you can see its little organs pulsing; MICRO: Maybe blood & with white blood cells. Blood moving thru capillaries, lots of different shots; MICRO: clear micro-organisms, red then blue BG. Greater magnification of same, maybe an algae. Tiny organism within clear shell; M: embryo in clear egg? (like those on line 4). T/L red then white flowers blooming like chrysanthemums, then white daisies; T/L plants- beans- sprouting, growing. T/L red rose opening against black BG, same w/tree trunk BG, third almost fills screen; T/L white daisy type flower opening- surrounded by buds- doesnt't get to finish. T/L orchid or lily (with pink spots) opening; T/L daisy surrounded by buds opening. T/L morning dew evaporating off of nearly full screen rose, dew drying from rose; T/L tiny fuzzy buds opening to star shaped flowers w/o much for petals. T/L grains of wheat sprouting, then wilting dying; T/L blue flower opening then wilting & fading. T/L yellow-orange lilies opening, black BG. T/L red flowers open, black BG; T/L morning glory opening. T/L young plant growing, leaves growing. T/L more morning glory. T/L bunch of little red flowers open (half bloom, half fail- geranium/pellargonium); T/L nearly full screen rose opening. T/L rosebuds opening. T/L camera shy white flower, golden angel's trumpet; T/L red possibly geraniums opening with spiral motion, like they're un-twisting themselves. (Line 14 might be nasturtiums) ;
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