Wednesday, April 22, 2015

Wordless Wednesday: A Rose in Eight Days

Happy Earth Day, everyone!

I've been a little slammed with a big To-Do list these past few months. It's been making my blogging be a little bit more last-minute rather than planned out and going according to any editorial calendar (as I would like). My Earth Day post had to take a back seat to other obligations, but I will be posting as soon as I finish it, because Earth Day is always a day to celebrate. So today is another Wordless Wednesday for me. Enjoy, and remember to be kind to Mother Nature.




Yes, it's another rose. But with this one flower, I did something different. I took a photo of it every day for five days (Monday - Friday), and then I took one last photo on the next Monday. It's amazing what happens in just one week. 
I posted a quick video of it on Instagram. It was my first time using the flipagram app, and I had fun with it!
And right now, there are lots more rosebuds just waiting to bloom on this little rose bush! (And you know I'll probably snap a shot or two.)

A video posted by 2justByou (@2justbyou) on
Please remember to recycle, reduce and reuse! Not just for Earth Day, but for every day.

Link up with the Wonderful Wednesday Blog Hop too. There's a great DIY Recycled Can Project (No. 7 on the list) and so much more!






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9 comments :

Marieken Hoefnagel said...

What a fun app!

Julie's Lifestyle said...

I love the color of that gorgeous rose. Happy Earth Day!

Katie Crafts said...

I've never heard of that app, and now I must try it! Thanks for the tip! Also, I love your rose photos, so don't ever stop sharing them!!

Miss Val's Creations said...

This is such a fun idea! Nature is so neat.

Marilyn Clark said...

This app sounds like a lot of fun! Thanks for sharing it with us along with your beautiful rose!

Natalia Khon said...

Happy Earth Day, Kim!

Melissa at bubbyandbean.com said...

Beautiful! Happy Earth Day!

mail4rosey said...

That flip app IS pretty cool!! This is my first to even hear of it, I like it.

Kristin Aquariann said...

Wow, what a wonderful idea! I'll have to try that if our lilies bloom again this year.