I am wild about this theme and had a very difficult time picking only 3 photographs.
About 50 miles/90 kms north of Sault Sainte Marie in Canada is a remote area where we have spent many happy summer days.
In boggy areas, one can find the carnivorous pitcher plant which has leaves in the shape of pitchers. Insects and even tiny frogs find their way in and are slowly digested. I don't have a picture of the pitchers, but the flower is unique.
The lady slipper orchid grows in drier areas.
This is a pond created by beavers damming up a small stream. On either side the ferns grow waist high in the underbrush. There are deer, bears and wolves. I got lost in this area but was saved by my companion, a scruffy German shepherd named Buck.