By the light of the recent "Super Moon" we recorded the overnight blossoms of the Saguaro cactus. This phenomena occurs in the dark, overnight hours, releasing it's sweet nectar in order to be pollinated by the nocturnal bats. The blossoms then perish the next day in the Arizona heat.
This time lapse was created on Canon 5D Mark iii camera bodies armed with 24 mm 1.4 L Lens, 24-105 mm f/4 IS lens and 14 mm 2.8 L lens. The cameras were mounted on ReallyRightStuff BH-55 ballheads.
The images were captured on Delkin CF and SD cards.