These clover pictures remind me the serendipity of small surprises which may render a change of perspective ... tiny deviations off vector leading one from a darkened alleyway to suddenly (maybe even miraculously) a light-filled expanse. This passing year helped me ... rest ... in that expanse. A tiny tweak.
perspective in general may be described as a view or outlook ... a way of seeing things or a place to see them from.
I like this picture ... found ... of course it is about ... wishes. A wish bouquet abounding in possibility. I sat on a bench at Forest Park in Ft. Worth watching my only child play and he ran to me with a bright yellow dandelion, boy was he pleased to find a little treat for his mom. A man near by witnessed the exchange and after my little boy moved on to his next thing the man said "You need to teach your kid the difference between flowers and weeds." It made me laugh right out loud back then and I still think it is funny. It really is a perspective thing. I think this is one of my favorite seen things, I enjoy thinking about it ... an oil painting by the (21st century American) artist Jeffrey T. Larson, here .