Due to the relatively cold spring, we had to wait a bit longer than usual for it this year, but if you take a trip through the polder now, you can capture the most beautiful pictures. The tulip fields are in bloom and until they are budded they are seas of colour, sometimes reaching as far as the horizon.
Annet and Jan Breure
These images were taken at the home of colleague Annet Breure, who also runs an agricultural business in the polder near Dinteloord, West Brabant, in addition to working at the editorial office. Among other things, potatoes, onions, sugar beet and occasionally tulip bulbs are grown there. Tulips are there once every eight years, depending on what has been grown on the various plots in previous years.