No, those aren't what I wear with my housecoat before bed.
They are wildflowers. And dang fine ones, too! Oh, and hard to find, too. That was until we found this spot during our workshop in the Smokies.
We were walking down this trail where my teaching partner, David Akoubian, had remembered seeing some of these Pink Lady Slippers years ago. Well, we ended up finding a small group and spent some time photographing them. As we walked further down the trail we found an elderly couple taking a rest on a log and they told us that just down this other trial there were "bunches of them".
We walked down the other trail to the point where we thought the guy was just nuts, then we started to see small groups of them, then more of them, then large groups of them. It was us that was nuts it turns out!
The first image on the left was taken on the day we initially found the flowers. The lighting was not good and we were trying to use everything we had as a diffuser and background. I had to push the processing on that one a bit to get an image I liked.
The image on the right was taken a few days later. The light was great on this day! We had rain that morning and it was still very overcast when we arrived. So the light was better and we got the bonus raindrops, too.
Settings for the left image: ISO 1600, 90mm, F/16 @ 1/10th second
Settings for the right image: ISO 800, 90mm, F/4.0 @ 1/125th second
Both images were taken with my Sony A7R, Metabones Adapter and Tamron 90mm Macro Lens. This setup was of course on a tripod...my Vanguard Abeo Plus 323CT.