The sundew is a plant that only grows in our moors. A beautiful, dangerous flower that belongs to the carnivorous plants …
Well, we certainly didn’t choose the comparison with Bettina because she is so dangerous. But the “beautiful” hits it and our photo location was a so-called moor stitch (together with a moor nature trail) in Bad Kohlgrub in the Ammergau Alps. The moor is still mined there today, and Bettina did not hesitate to lend a hand with all kinds of old tools. As a reward for the effort, there was a little wellness at the Kneipp pond. 😉
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