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Hi everyone, this is my first attempt here to post some pictures I took last year. I'm attempting macro pictures, and as I still have a lot of room for improvement, tips are welcome. I will post some pictures of whole plants later. My plants survive on a south-facing windowsill or outside, as I lack decent equipment for like a greenhouse or terrarium. Most of the plants do really well in summer, but suffer a lot in winter due to low light. I've been growing cp's since spring 2013, because I was completely amazed after seeing a timelapse of a developping Nepenthes pitcher. I had been collecting other plants before that, so you can guess what happened next. A cp madness with no end and I'm just getting started :)

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D. regia prey


Balance of death in D. aliciae


Flower stalk of D. aliciae 


D. regiae


N. robcantleyi detail


Cephalotus in the sun


D. adelae flowers.  I love this flower stalk and the way it unfolds.


Crabspider, always in a good mood to pose for pictures. It lives the whole summer on my H. heterodoxa in the Belgian sun.

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fantastic pictures, thanks for sharing

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Thanks for the kind words, the equipment is Nikon D5000 body and a macro lens, Tamron 90mm F2.8 macro 1:1. I didn't use a tripod for these, that's why some are a bit out of focus.Most of these pictures are cropped by the way.

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