Clover field

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- Shamrock or three-leafed clover.




According to what the Oxford English Dictionary calls "a late tradition" (first recorded in 1726), the plant was used by Saint Patrick to illustrate the Christian doctrine of the Trinity.


The shamrock, and variously the Flax plant, is also a symbol of Northern Ireland. Outside Ireland, various organizations, businesses and places use the symbol to advertise a connection with the island.


Source: Wikipedia

  • Jay Hansford 3y

    Nice frame filler. This would make a cool desktop wallpaper.
  • Meg 3y

    this is incredible!!!
  • Paul Quinn 3y

    Wow, a minimalistic beauty! The dewdrops on certain leaves make it even more interesting. Very nicely done Dani. :-)
  • clo 3y

    Superb ...j'adore ♥ :)
  • Matt Champlin 3y

    great - loving the repeating patterns here, plus the touch of raindrops!
  • Tanjica Perovic 3y

    This one is surely a winner.
    Wonderful idea.
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