Hi Chris~Love the shadow it created on itself. this is just a purple clover. when it grows it will get a little yellow flower. they will spread...as you may well know...
This is oxalis or 'wood sorrel', some 900 varieties...when I was little, I used to lay in the grass at my grandparents cottage and nibble on the leaves of the sweet sorrel, oh so sweet, thanks for the memories!
That is a beautiful picture..Isn't it amazing what we find, when we take the time to look.I have so much enjoyment with my little camera. Even look at slugs differently now.
I have no idea what this is called but I see from the comments above, others have clued you in. It's a gorgeous photo!
Isn't it funny how the pesky plants (weeds) are pretty to look at!??Your pesto dish last night sounds wonderful! I just wanted to let you know that Catherine shook it up a bit and went out into our herb garden to show us that if you don't have one herb (since basil is an annual) grab another one instead - all of her pestos were amazing! She even made one with lavender, chive blossoms, sage and greek oregano - all outside of our door - fabulous! Substitute something else for the basil - you'll love it!
Magical...the colours in nature are always so rich.
Love the coloring of this Chris. Thanks for your visit to my blog.