One my most frequently asked questions each spring is ‘when is the best time to visit the Keukenhof Gardens?’ My answer – that depends… Each autumn, 7 million flower bulbs are planted at the Keukenhof Gardens. The gardens are carefully planned so bulbs blooming early to late in the season. This means there is no … more
The Netherlands, better known as Holland to some, is one of my favourite places to photograph. The quiet canals of Amsterdam, the flat expanses of the countryside and the incredible coastlines, have something for everyone. Below is a gallery of some of my favourite photos of The Netherlands, taken over the past 6 years. Click … more
This spring, once again, I spent a day photographing tulips at Keukenhof Gardens in Lisse, The Netherlands. Keukenhof is the world’s largest spring bulb garden and every year the tulips on display are outstanding. Below, you’ll find a gallery of my favourite photos from 2010. I hope you enjoy them. Leave your favourites in the … more
It’s no secret that Keukenhof Gardens in Lisse, The Netherlands is one of my favourite garden photography locations. Until now, I hadn’t honoured it with a Forgotten Postcard. I hope I’ve done it justice. If you like this and want to see more, check out the entire Forgotten Postcards Series.
It’s been ages since I added some new work to my Forgotten Postcards series. With the next Brussels Accessible Art Fair quickly approaching in June, I’ve buckled down to work on some new pieces which I post over the next few days. Although a few of my early postcards were from Kinderdijk, in the Netherlands, … more
I visit and photograph Keukenhof Gardens every year. It is always different and beautiful, each time I see it. Below are my favourite photos from the 2009 season. (I will be adding some of my older images of Keukenhof Gardens soon).
I never cease to be amazed by the endless varieties of tulips that are available. Every year when I visit Keukenhof, I see tulips that are new and surprising in their size, shape or colour. This year, one of my favourite discoveries was the Double-Late variety “Ice Cream.” It really does look like its name-sake!
This is another image taken on the same day as the other Kinderdijk Postcard. I really liked the way yesterday’s altered windmill turned out, so I decided to work on another one today. I hope you like it! If you like this image please pay a visit to my Forgotten Postcards Gallery for all of … more
This image was taken back in February, on a grey day, at Kinderdijk in the Netherlands. The windmills of Kinderdijk are one of the best known Dutch tourist sites. They were placed on the list of UNESCO list of World Heritage Sites in 1997. If you like this image please pay a visit to my Forgotten … more