Drosera trinervia in bloom. The flowerstems must extend some distance above the leaves to prevent the pollinators from being snared.
Macro shot showing the sticky globules on the end of the tentacles.
Sundews favour peaty or marshy sandstone conditions.
Shallow depth of field creates magical bokeh.
Capturing the early morning light.
The glistening sundew.
Insectivorous plants have evolved to supplement dietary needs in poor soils.
Macrophotography can reveal surprising details in a realm of the unseen. Add aspects such as clarity of light and the magic of bokeh and you have a spell for enchantment.