Tulips in Holland is such a typical thing and not only for us Dutchies.
International we’re famous of our cheese, windmills and uuhm Amsterdam ;).
But ofcourse also our tulips are a big hit worldwide.
All these things are facts to be proud of,
but when i was younger i couldn’t appreciate it that much.
I thought it was boring and old fashioned.
The Netherlands is flat like a pancake,
we would say and the skyscrapers are rare.
And at that age i was obssesed with skylines with big skyscrapers.
But nope the Netherlands doesn’t have that (except Rotterdam),
that’s why i always wanted to go to a foreign country.
Just to see anything else but cows and windmills.
Nowadays when i’m a bit older i still love to travel and
my desire to travel is even bigger but i adore this country!
It’s so authentic and adorable, the canals but also the tulip fields in May.
Last sunday Jacco and i drove a few miles when
we saw the first colorful fields of flowers.
It’s really amazing this field is close to our home.
We live in a small country in the middle of the Netherlands
at the border of Gelderland, Utrecht and Flevoland (provinces).
And every province has it’s charme.
So many many locations for the perfect photo’s,
i guess i can shoot more “typical Dutch scenery” photo’s.
The last photoshoot was wonderful as well.
Let’s talk about the outfit,
i’m wearing a orange skirt (referring to the Netherlands ofcourse) and
a colorful blouse.
Both items are from Aliexpress (guilty pleasure).
I’ve combined these items with my Nike Cortez.
Such a big throwback, like Adidas (Superstar and Stans) Nike is also reinventing their sneaker collection.
I had a pair of Cortez in my younger years.
The location is just woah!
For now, i’m leaving to the soutern of the Netherlands
for some quality time with the fiancé.
It’s going to be “summer-ish” weather,
so i can’t wait.
Location: Zeewolde, The Netherlands.
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