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That was indeed the issue! I've re-uploaded the photos to a different site and it should work for you now.
There was indeed a 10ft. drop at the first spot I looked at. Others were far deeper... one that appeared to be at least 40-50 ft. deep (I don't know if the sphagnum reached the bottom there or was floating). There were sphagnum mats that were at least 15 ft. thick, probably thicker. The water was incredibly clear and it was amazing to see the enourmous bulk of centuries worth of sphagnum build-up floating in the water. From under water (the swimmming was excellent [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/new/smile_n_32.gif[/img] ) The sphagnum looked exactly like light brown ice-bergs.
I used a Sony DSC-S70. There were no Sarracenia on location (that would have been only too surprising! ), only D. anglica and an un-identified Utricularia.