I went for a little walk in what used to be a boggy area near where I live. It hasn't been burned off in years and is more woody overgrowth than bog at the present. I wanted to find some pitcher plants to photograph and paint. They used to be plentiful around this time of year. I didn't find any, but I did find these miniscule carnivorous plants instead. I don't think I want to paint them, but I'd love to know more about them. Anyone out there have a clue?
There were some lovely ferns, and some other feathery greenery along with a few little flowers. I'm constantly amazed at the vast array of creation, so much to delight the senses. Here are just a few photos I took. The grandkids are fascinated with these crayfish or crawdad chimneys, at least that's what I've been told that they are. We have never seen the little critter that builds these fascinating little structures. Anybody know how to get a glimpse of one?