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    I am a CPaholic... DJ57's Avatar
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    Reflections

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    first two are absolutely gorgeous...gives you a closer idea about how the insects might be seeing it.

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    Beautiful plants, DJ! What is that first one, a catesbaei?

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    Very cool! The veins on Sarracenia always amaze me.


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    what's that first one? I loves it so...

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    Thank you all for your comments.

    Actually, the first 2 are of the same pitcher from different angles. It is a catesbaei from Cody. The third one is a newer pitcher of Judith Hindle. The fourth one is another catestbaei that I liked because of the softer tones of the picture (another way of saying "blurred" due to wrong camera setting, ). The last is a leuco Tarnok.

    My favorite time of day to sit out near the bog is when the sun is going down and illuminating the pitchers.

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