Kukenhof, also known as Europe's Garden, is one of the largest flower gardens in the world, which is located in Lise, South Holland, Netherlands. It is said that about 7 million flowers are planted annually in the park, which covers the area of 32 hectares (79 acres).
Albert, a passionate Dutch traveler and landscape photographer, who claimed to love the Tulip season, used to be frequent visitor there during blooming season every year, he came up with a wonderful series of photos. He said that, as a landscape photographer, he has taken his fair share of tulip shots over the years, but he always keeps on walking. He said that he always has new ideas on how to get his picture and always aim for different weather conditions. They liked to draw pictures of flowers from the ground level and to shoot with a wide angle.
This is a series of photographs, which he has captured over the years and which are not only drone footage, but also taken from an open window with a small airplane, which will prompt you to book tickets immediately and fly to the Netherlands Will be the will
It is said that blossoming of tulip is always quite random. Occasionally Tulip shows himself during April and sometimes has to wait a little bit till May. He said that usually there is a 2-3 week period depending on the weather. However, it is said that a safe time for a trip to the garden is usually at the end of April.
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