A month or so ago, I went off to favorite spot for butterflies. It’s a place I go in the spring, for elfin species, and I’d heard it was good for Coral hairstreaks in midsummer. I had no luck at all looking for hairstreaks, but I found these curious flowers on my walk in, and came back to them on the way out:
Rain was threatening, perhaps the reason why I didn’t see any butterflies. The flowers were on a low, shrubby plant on the edge of pine woods at the site. After the flowers, clustered bunches of green fruit form on the end of the stalks. I haven’t identified the plant yet – I should have photographed the leaves to help identify it.
A very good photo of this crazy plant. More interesting than butterflies..
Very cool! Looks like the plant is reaching out to you! :^)
That is a crazy plant! Looks zombie-like in the pose or mayber, it simply wants a hug? 😉
I like how you chose to photography this.
Great photo and interesting flower whcih I never saw so far. Too many “fingers” for my liking 🙂
I am not sure I have ever seen these Tom. I really love the anthropomorphic composition! Very creative.
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