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Tulip fields in Holland form a rainbow quilt of color

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If there's one thing the Netherlands is famous for, it's tulips. Photographer Normann Szkop has documented the colorful fields of Anna Paulowna, a town at the northern tip of the country's North Holland region. To capture the 100-plus image set, Szkop took to the skies, revealing the millions of flowers that dot the landscape, forming an enormous patchwork quilt of color. Claython Pender, the pilot that helped the photographer to capture the aerial images, documents the journey on his personal blog, and Szkop has uploaded all the photos to Flickr.

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