The first one is of a baby sundew leaf doing her best impression of a Valentine.
That stem is less than a millimeter wide, by the way, so she's satisfying my love for itty bitty sparkly things pretty well. I also found the limit of how small my camera (a Canon G12) can shoot.
Next is a pair of Venus fly traps, just hanging out in a crowd, waiting for a fly. I think the one on the left just told a joke and the one on the right is laughing at it.
These are American pitcher plants, a particularly brilliant cultivar called 'Scarlet Belle' with some bladderwort flowers, and sundews showing off their sparkling dew. Three different species of carnivorous plants are growing in this one pot.
Here's another sundew, a rotundifolia cross breed. These colors just scream, "Summer!"