Tag Archives: Purple Pitcher Plant
It’s getting late in the year and as I walked around the boardwalk in Hawley Bog, I noticed that the majority of purple pitcher plants were drying up in anticipation of their winter’s rest. I was about to give up … Continue reading
AKA Purple Pitcher Plant If humans were small and curious, maybe even a purple people eater.
Employing the Venus Laowa 15mm macro to capture the entire plant in its surrounds. Another prone piece of work.
The puzzle is the wide expanse of what makes up our world. Sometimes larger than life in our limited human experience and sometimes much smaller than our imagination can conjure. In between can be found many levels for observation as … Continue reading
We’ve needed rain and got a little this morning while I was at Hawley Bog. Very little. But that didn’t stop me from getting soaked. The bushes and tall grass were leaning over the boardwalk and heavy with the mist/drizzle … Continue reading
Pitcher plants are so interesting. They eat animals. Nature allows so much diversity in attaining nourishment. I would guess we all are familiar with the Venus Flytrap and many have seen these carnivorous plants too. There are so many varied … Continue reading