Weekly Photo Challenge: Earth

 Red tulip among flowers

Keukenhof, Lisse. April 2016

With my recent trip to Keukenhof in the Netherlands, I was able to have another glance at just how beautiful our earth can be.  Keukenhof “Garden of Europe” is home to one of the biggest tulip fields in the world, giving Holland its famous landmark.

We were here in time for spring and also one of the best days with sunny skies and no rain.  (Best time to view these famous tulips and flowers was in mid-April so we were actually there at the perfect time!)  There were many tulips blooming everywhere I looked and it was nearly impossible to take a bad picture.  Here’s just one of the photos I took using my phone camera.  I barely had to focus on it or look for a more “perfect” tulip as every single one was so shapely and beautiful.

It was a colourful visit and perfect day to explore our earth’s many treasures! 🙂

About stenoodie

I'm a stenographer, foodie, avid traveller, and new mom who loves to share her experiences with the world.
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8 Responses to Weekly Photo Challenge: Earth

  1. Hello, well done

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  4. It must be amazing to see field after field of tulips.


  5. litadoolan says:

    I missed the tulip season the last time I went to Netherlands so thank you for this beautiful description. It sounds gorgeous.

    • stenoodie says:

      You’re very welcome!! This wasn’t even the best picture yet :). When I get around to posting the blog entry I had from visiting the Netherlands, you will be able to see various pictures of the field of tulips in bloom. Thanks again for visiting! 🙂

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