The Grass Pink (Calopogon tuberosus) and Rose Pogonia (Pogonia ophioglossoides) seem to be traveling companions as I almost always find one with the other. Both like bogs and meadows with wet soils. This morning spot qualifies as wet which made lying on my side to get at “eye” level with this orchid a messy situation. But, for a change, no bug spray needed for the mosquitoes as the temperature dipped to 47°F/8°C last night so all were blissfully napping. 🙂
I enjoy flowers with dew drops like these although it does obscure the floral details a bit. I’m not complaining though and I hope you enjoy this dewy view.BTW, this flower is also known as the Snakemouth Orchid.