Thanks all. I hope you enjoy the videos I upload. I enjoy using the Canon A590's video mode and putting it all together with Windows Movie Maker. Something extra to do to go along with exploring. There are many thick stands of S. leucophylla along this creek which is secured on Eglin Air Force Base. The plants have colonized old sandbars and inlets that filled with peat. This is the closest patch to the bridge and can (almost) be reached by foot. Better observed by canoe / kayak. There are not many plants with deep red coloration although they are mixed in here and there. Occasional Sarracenia rosea can be found in the dense shrub growth along the creek and a few small colonies of Pinguicula primuliflora. Drosera intermedia is abundant as are a few Utricularia.