Nature
tulip fields

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.

PIC BY Jeffrey Bakker / CATERS NEWS

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.

PIC BY Jeffrey Bakker / CATERS NEWS

The vibrant and colourful pictures were taken by Lynn’s father, Jeffrey Bakker, from Julianadorp in Den Helder, The Netherlands.

PIC BY Jeffrey Bakker / CATERS NEWS

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.

PIC BY Jeffrey Bakker / CATERS NEWS

“There are so many pictures taken but they mostly look the same, so I wanted to take some different and original pictures.

PIC BY Jeffrey Bakker / CATERS NEWS

“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.

PIC BY Jeffrey Bakker / CATERS NEWS

“Now she is six years old and loves flowers, so she was happy to work with me.

PIC BY Jeffrey Bakker / CATERS NEWS

“It was a lot of fun to play and paint in the beautiful tulip fields.”