This amazing image of Wood Sorrel was taken early one spring morning and captures the drops of dew on the leaves.
Wood Sorrel (Oxalis acetosella) is found on woodland floors across Britain. The common wood sorrel is sometimes referred to as a shamrock and used to be given as a gift on St. Patrick's Day. Its said that St Patrick used the Shamrock to illustrate the doctrine of the Trinity.
At night the three leaves of Wood Sorrel fold down, giving rise to the local Dorest name of 'Sleeping Beauty'.