Aerial Photographs Of Tulip Fields In Bloom Look Like Earth In Pixels

French photographer Normann Szkop presents you this dash of Spring in his aerial photos of tulip fields in the Netherlands. Normann took the photos while flying over the fields of Anna Paulown city in a small Cessna plane, piloted by Claython Pender. The straight and lively fields of differently-colored tulips remind us why we all love spring so much.

What looks like such a magnificent view of most of us is one of the leading businesses in the Netherlands: according to the statistics, around 80% of the tulip production comes from this land alone. However, these flowers are not as harmless as they look! Tulips are considered to be involved in the first recorded speculative bubble.


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