Weekly Photo Challenge: Foreign – The Pitcher Plant

WordPress announced the Weekly Photo Challenge on Friday.  The subject: foreign.  Check out all the details here.

Sometimes, nature just produces some extraordinary examples of weird, alien, foreign.  The pitcher plant is one such example.  It is strange to look at, has a strange way of getting nutrients (it waits for flies etc., to fall into its pitcher and then absorbs the decaying matter) and is, strangely, fascinating.

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15 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Foreign – The Pitcher Plant

  1. that is an amazing plant

  2. You got a nice capture of the pitcher plant. :-)

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  8. Very Cool! I hope you don’t tire of my comments – I so enjoy your posts….

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