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Kayceespix Feb 7, 2006 11:16 AM

Yeehaw:|it has finally arrived!

I can tell I'm gonna love it already.

First pix out of my camera with only cropping/resizing (and before reading anything in the manual, LOL)

Sundew (quite abundant near our pond)

http://www.kayceespix.com/kp/P1000005.JPG

A small dragonfly got caught in one:

http://www.kayceespix.com/kp/P1000006.JPG

I rescued him and after sitting on my fingertip for a few minutes to dry out, off he flew!

http://www.kayceespix.com/kp/P1000008.JPG

Bootneck2 Feb 8, 2006 1:10 AM

They are some fascinating pictures. I guess they are like the Venus Flytrap that catch and eat insects..I haven't seen them before, what is your location...Fred

Kayceespix Feb 8, 2006 5:29 AM

Hi Fred - yes, they are like miniature flytraps. We're about 15 miles east of the coast in central Florida. These just cover the moist ground near our pond - they're very low to the ground (enough so that mowing the lawn doesn't touch them) and the first picture is of a patch that is only about the size of a quarter.

LoveLife Feb 8, 2006 7:06 AM

Kayceespix wrote:
Quote:

Yeehaw:|it has finally arrived!

I can tell I'm gonna love it already.

First pix out of my camera with only cropping/resizing (and before reading anything in the manual, LOL)

Sundew (quite abundant near our pond)

http://www.kayceespix.com/kp/P1000005.JPG

A small dragonfly got caught in one:

http://www.kayceespix.com/kp/P1000006.JPG

I rescued him and after sitting on my fingertip for a few minutes to dry out, off he flew!

http://www.kayceespix.com/kp/P1000008.JPG
I am not a lover of insects but your first shot is very good.


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