I was going to complain about the plants (not all carnivores) and the lack of QR codes on some of the work, but then I got to the Nepenthes ?truncata? approx 4 minutes in and I ceased to care. This work serves a lovely counterpoint to the plodding ugly misuse of QR codes that’s bog standard currently. Side opinion – QR codes are wonderful when they are Easter eggs or lagniappe – a little fun extra. They’re OK when they’re a way for some of your audience to bypass typing in a URL. They’re awful when they’re central and thus a roadblock for anyone who can’t scan.