Howdy and thanks for the kudos! I use a Pentax K10D with a variety of Sigma and Zeiss/Hasselblad lenses as well as a stack of extension tubes. Most of these pix were shot with a Sigma 105 mm macro lens; for the D. madagascariensis I used a Zeiss/Hasselblad 60mm f/3.5 Distagon C and half a foot...
The pix are a bit on the large side, so here are the links:
Drosera burmannii 'Beerwah Queensland'
D. intermedia "California Sunset"
D. madagascariensis and D. binata
I'm looking to trade/steal/receive as a gift the sundews listed below. I have >90 Nepenthes to trade for them.
binata v. multifida
binata v. Marston Dragon"
capillaris - 'long arm form'
capillaris - tropical form
Thanks for you kind words. They're nice enough pix, I guess...I only wish they were sharp! (dang that &^%$! tripod!)
Dark side indeed....after four hours of being glued to the viewfinder, wrestling with depth-of-field values below two millimeters (and no macro rail!), I feel terminal myopia...
bad news: I've gone astray and flirted with the neighbors' wives. Apart from Nepenthes, I now have a whole stable of sundews as well as two cephalotus. Why? Last week I came home with my newly purchased 105 mm macro lens, all gung-ho to take some real close close-ups of my D...
Thank you very much for pointing out the difference between poisonous and venomous - I'm embarrassed that as a language professional I didn't catch that :-)
I've adjusted the website accordingly!