Photo and caption by matt kaelin
Drosera Filiformis are Carnivorous Plants and are quite rare on Long Island, NY these days. They were once found much more often. These grow in a sandy swath on the edge of a bog at the bottom of large sand dunes near salt water. As the Sun was lowering in the sky when the day was coming to a close, the rays lit up the swath of these Sundews into a blazing and dramatic sight. Taken June, 2012 (the cameras settings are off a year) Part of Author's local exploration of Carnivorous Plants project.
Location: Near Montauk, Long Island, NY, USA