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Pictures Taken From Above

Wanted to share a few pictures taken while I was flying in the skies 
above Amsterdam. It was pure joy to witness this view from high
up
and I could not resist capturing a few shots. The rows of
colors
are tulips. Every year during the Dutch's 'tulips-season',
crowds
of locals and tourists gather to catch a glimpse of field upon
field filled with flowers, and to take in some fresh air while
bicycling.
It was a real great way to start off my journey!



Credits: Grayburn

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12 Comments:

shopinchic said...

Those pictures are awesome! Where were you going?

I've been almost all over the USA,but never outside yet,so I am fascinated by other countries.

Divine Blackness said...

Beautiful!
...me too, I've been around the US and only to small islands but never really outside of the US. I definitely have to start saving my pennies so that I can make some travels.

Grayburn said...

Hopefully will see some of you over in Europe. Would be so much fun to go shopping with you beauty bloggers!

Grayburn

La Belette Rouge said...

Gorgeous photos!! Cannot wait to visit Holland. Only a few hours by train from Paris, isn't it?

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Anca said...

Wonderful pictures Grayburn !!!
I was in Amsterdam and Rotterdam; great cities, and you have right:very good for shopping, at least, I enjoyed my time at max when I was there long loooong time ago(2000&2001) :))))))
The tulips are a beautyyyyyy

The Seeker said...

Wow, gorgeous pictures. Love love them.

xoxo

nywele said...

the pictures are so gorgeous!!

Lily said...

wow those fields are amazing! looks like it came out of a pattern book!

Leigh said...

Gorgeous photos!

Grayburn said...

LBR: I was lucky to capture these photos and be in the sky at the right time. The tulips are only at full bloom for 2 weeks or so.

Paris is only a train ride away in 4 hours with the train. I'm soooo excited for you!!

take care luv,
Grayburn

Henna said...

Those coloured fields almost look like makeup palettes.