In this time lapse I was testing doing a rack focus over some growing crystals. I'd previously tried one that failed, so I just added more solution to whatever was there, so it starts by getting moist and falling down under the weight and rebuilds up from there. Slight levels correction and post pan up, but otherwise not altered. I'm not sure where the dot at the top right of frame was coming from, the lens looked clean before and after the shoot.
Shot with a Canon 40D, 100mm macro, Lowel Pro Lite with 125W bulp (lowest wattage I could get for a pro lite). 1 frame per minute. 1 focus step per minute. 7 hour duration.
Solution is of water, salt, ammonia and liquid bluing.
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