The Orange Milkwort grows in wet pine uplands or bog habitats. (Bog: a wetland area of soft, spongy ground consisting of decaying plant matter, peat. source: https://www.nationalgeographic.org/encyclopedia/bog/)
There are a few variations of this of a flowering plant, but the ones that look similar are the Yellow Milkwort and Candyroot. Candyroot flowers are yellow and blooms are close to the ground.
Two known brambles in Florida are the Southern Dewberry and Blackberry
The Southern Dewberry has a beautiful pink shaded flower and is more of a ground vine.
The wild blackberries have smaller greener leaves, flowers petals are shaped differently and the plant itself is bushier.
Brambles are prickly shrubs, and a favorite food source for wildlife like bears, deer, and birds. Beware, snakes are known to seek shelter amongst the thickets.
If you hang out around the blooms it can be a great opportunity to photograph a wide variety of insects.
First time I have seen this flowering vine, the Fourleaf Vetch. This is a native plant and grows in and around moist areas.
Not a heat-loving type of plant, however, provides nectar for a variety of bees and butterflies during the cooler months in Florida.