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Nancy, Junie Moon, and I spent a day in the Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge. I used my macro lens for this special photo of what might be the last thing that an insect ever sees. What is it? Hint: Notice the green color of the light coming through the sides, and remember that this was taken in a swamp.

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This is the inside of a Hooded Pitcher Plant (Sarracenia minor). An insect had chewed a hole in the top, letting me use my micro lens to photograph the inside, without damaging the plant.
Another Photo Challenge will give you a look at the outside of the plant.
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