By Hayley Pugh
The beautiful tulip fields of Holland often look too good to be true but now it seems they might be, after a father captured stunning images of his daughter ‘painting’ the flowers.
These charming shots appear to show the secret behind the iconic fields as six-year-old, Lynn, can be seen with a paint brush in hand applying some finishing touches to the spectacular scenery.
The vibrant and colourful pictures were taken by Lynn’s father, Jeffrey Bakker, from Julianadorp in Den Helder, The Netherlands.
The 38-year-old said he wanted to do some fun and different from the usual tulip pictures.
He said: “Many tourists from all over the world come to Holland to see this fields.
“There are so many pictures taken but they mostly look the same, so I wanted to take some different and original pictures.
“I was inspired by a similar image I saw on the internet a long time ago. I always kept the idea in my head and wanted to take some similar pictures with my daughter when she was old enough.
“Now she is six years old and loves flowers, so she was happy to work with me.
“It was a lot of fun to play and paint in the beautiful tulip fields.”