David BurdenyAmazing Aerials Let You See #allthetulips

Gilman Contemporary
Oct 5, 2016 8:15PM

Before the housing bubble, before the dot-com boom, before the gold rush, there were tulips. The flowers that made the Netherlands famous were the first speculative bubble, and nurseries the first unicorns.

It’s easy to see why—they’re gorgeous. Especially from the air. The neat lines of bright hues go on and on. “The colors are much more intense than you think they are going to be,” says photographer David Burdeny. “I was taken aback by how bright—almost fluorescent—they were when the sun hit them. There’s nothing like it.”

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