I remember the belated Spring 1973 and the dry end of Winter 1972.
Like if the Autum 1970 was not tough enough for the young Pinus sylvestris I was.
… so tell me now: how was Summer 2013 ?
Maybe white and gold, red and gold and even blue and black are not the colours frogs look for. Click on pictures to magnify.
Which weapon killed most of them? Toothed traps?
Find it by clicking on the pictures, shot with a Nikkor 16-35 mm f/4 that almost got glued onto these carnivore plants. Its minimal focus distance is 29 cm and evaluating it through the wide angle is often counter intuitive. For broader point of views on toothed Dionaea muscipula , sticky Pinguicula gigantea and gluey Drosera capensis click on the square pictures below.