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More Of The Fen. July 3, 2009

Posted by littlebangtheory in Art and Nature.
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I love this place.

And at the risk of being redundant, I go by here every chance I get, and if the weather permits, I stop and set up shop.

Last weekend I got here mid-morning and was treated to a disparity of light, with the sun’s slanting rays making the sphagnum moss glow against the deep shadows of the surrounding forest:

pitchers

The northern pitchers were in full flower:

yellow pitcher blossoms

…and their translucent tubes were all but pulsing with back-lit vascularity:

pitcher tubes

These passive insectivores have some stiff competition for the fen’s insect population, including the patient:

bullfrog

…and the quick:

dragonfly

Dozens of these little fellers darted about in precise arcs, lighting only briefly on the curving leaves of water irises, who were in turn a show of their own:

iris

I’ll doubtless be back to see how the scene changes with the seasons.

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Comments»

1. sherry - July 3, 2009

it’s magick.

2. Bob - July 3, 2009

I agree with sherry. 🙂


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