LOL, definitely envious of everyones photography skills and collections!! I love all the macro shots that I will never be able to get with my iPhone!I am even later but welcome to the joys of always being jealous of everybody elses awesome photography skills and sometimes collections.
And warm weather habitats, come to the other side of the hill to Alberta and struggle keeping a good free and abundant water supply for humidity hahaha
Clerk at Sobeys looked at me strange when i was pushing 70 litres of water through the store just for my plants
I have been tempted to drive up to the ski hills to collect snow in as many jugs as I can scrounge up.... but then figure the $1.99 at London Drugs is probably a better deal than whatever the current gas price is.Price Chopper used to be 99 cents. Rainwater (snow) is free.
If you have a laser pointer lying around and are able to remove the lens without damaging it; you can mount the lens in front of your phone's camera using a bobby pin. It should allow for some decent macro shots.LOL, definitely envious of everyones photography skills and collections!! I love all the macro shots that I will never be able to get with my iPhone!
welcome!!Hi all, I'm Daphne from Vancouver!
I became obsessed with CPs in October, when my sister gifted me a fly trap for my birthday. I started researching CP care, fell down the rabbit hole, and here I am two months later!
I currently have:
Nepenthes ventricosa, lowii x ventricosa, bicalcarata
Pinguicula agnata, pirouette, ehlersiae
Drosera capensis wide leaf, narrow leaf, red leaf, alba x 3, and a bunch of random seedlings
Sarrencia purpurea (got for free!)
Flytraps: a couple of B52, kim jong-un, wacky traps
I'm totally a newbie, so I'm trying to absorb all the knowledge I can from you guys and am currently reading Savage Garden.
Looking forward to getting to know everyone and seeing your awesome plants / set ups!