These bladderworts were in flagrant delecti ( I hope that means what I think it means) in the swamps of Devil's Hammock.
Most of the year they are submerged "Pondweed" quietly doing photosynthesis AND devouring pond plankton that they trap in clever little ... um, plankton traps. In the spring, up comes their private parts for a little bit of romantic pollinating.
They're blooming en masse and present a beautiful image along the rough roads that cut through the hammock.
They turned out to be frustrating to photograph. I either overexposed the blossoms or underexposed the submerged portion. A gentle breeze did not help the focusing either.
(What's that whining noise? ... oh, it's me)
I can't seem to get a photo of them that I'm satisfied with, but this one was the best of the bunch.