In the Clover by Kasia-D


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This bright purple clover caught my eye in a beautiful Bavarian meadow.

According to Wikipedia "Clover (Trifolium), or trefoil, is a genus of about 300 species of plants in the leguminous pea family Fabaceae. A common idiom is “to be (live) in clover”, meaning to live a carefree life of ease, comfort, or prosperity. This originally referred to the fact that clover is fattening to cattle."

Location: Gagers, Bad Kohlgrub, Bavaria, Germany
Nikon D7000, Lensbaby Composer Pro, Double glass optic with f/4 aperture disc and 4 mm macro lens adapter. Captured in RAW and converted to JPG in View NX2. No post-pro,


clover, wildflower, meadow, flower, flora, floral, lensbaby

Born in Scotland, at home in Europe, I am a passionate semi-professional photographer with eclectic tastes who loves to travel and capture images of our beautiful world. Check out my gallery or contact me directly for contract work or customization.
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  • Kasia-D
    Kasia-Dabout 2 years ago

  • Martina Fagan
    Martina Faganabout 2 years ago

    fine image great work

  • Tina, thank you!

    – Kasia-D

  • Angelika Sielken
    Angelika Sielkenabout 2 years ago

    wonderful work Kasia!

  • Angelika, I’m so pleased you like this. Thank you.

    – Kasia-D

  • Digitalbcon
    Digitalbconabout 2 years ago


  • Blair, thank you!

    – Kasia-D

  • Robin Brown
    Robin Brownabout 2 years ago

    I think these are edible too but don’t take my word for it!
    Bonnie wee capture Kasia :o) xx

  • I know coos love the stuff but I’m not sure about humans:-) Maybe you’re mixing clover up with cloves which are used ground or whole in Indian food, etc. Or we used to get a whole one to chew if we had toothache as kids.
    Sunny greetz, Kasia

    – Kasia-D

  • adriangeronimo
    adriangeronimoabout 2 years ago

    that lens baby really does wonders doesn’t it. nothing i wanna say hasn’t been said yet really.
    all i know is i love it. well done.

  • Thank you, Adrian!
    I had great fun that afternoon lying in a spring meadow full of flowers and trying out the Babe:-)

    – Kasia-D

  • Gary Heald LRPS
    Gary Heald LRPSabout 2 years ago

    Very nice

  • Gary, thank you for taking so much time to visit my gallery. Very much appreciated!

    – Kasia-D

  • Gary Heald LRPS
    Gary Heald LRPSabout 2 years ago

    Taking time to visit your gallery is always a pleasure. I have always liked to work and style. It is always a joy to see you work.

  • Gary Heald LRPS
    Gary Heald LRPSabout 2 years ago

    That should have read ‘joy to see your work’ whoops!

  • Gary, thank you so much for this lovely compliment which made me blush with pleasure.
    In these days of often empty superlatives it is difficult to find a word which can convey how special it is to know that someone I don’t even know personally takes time to visit my gallery and gets pleasure from viewing my work. Kind regards, Kasia

    – Kasia-D

  • Gary Heald LRPS
    Gary Heald LRPSabout 2 years ago

    Sandie always say that ’ I wear my heart on my sleeve’ and ‘I tell it as it is’. That means that when I really like something you will know about it. As I am growing older I am learning that if I don’t like something ( where it is just my opinion) it is better to remain silent! So yes, I really like your work! Keep em comin!! :-)

  • I Will do:-) Thanks!
    Keep on passing on your positive feedback in life. At work I notice how often people fail to share good news or compliments due to “lack of time” or a false sense of humility, whatever. But the same people have no qualms to pass on gripes.

    – Kasia-D

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