Photographer's Note

I find our nature and what the farmers us give is wonderful, I can enjoy for with my bike middle of the fields to ride a bicycle.
I know the name not from this wonderful tulips, also the dry earth, this is young sea clay, when this is dry so hard as concrete, you can see the tracks of the tractor. This is the natural colour of the clay.

History from Wikepidea.
Between 1634 and 1637, the early enthusiasm for the new flowers triggered a speculative frenzy now known as the tulip mania and tulip bulbs were then considered a form of currency. The Netherlands are still associated with tulips. The term 'Dutch tulips' is often used for the cultivated forms. Tulip Festivals are held in the Netherlands, Spalding (England) and in North America every May. Tulips are now also popular in Australia, and several festivals are held during September and October in the Southern Hemisphere's spring. The world's largest permanent display of tulips, although open to the public only seasonally, is in Keukenhof, in the Netherlands.

I hope you like it.

Canon EOS 5D
Shooting Date/Time
22/04/2008 15:14:25
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Centerweighted average metering
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EF16-35mm f/2.8L USM
Focal Length
16,0 mm
Image size
4368 x 2912
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