Tulip Fields: Photos by Simone Sbaraglia
Beautiful aerial shots of tulip fields captured near Amsterdam, The Netherlands that resemble the abstract works of painters like Mark Rothko and Barnett Newman and other artists associated with the Color Field movement of the late 1950s and early 1960s.
I am especially drawn to the geometry and colours, so I loved the harmony of the tulip fields from an aerial view. Having rented a small aeroplane, I explored the area from above, taking several hundred photographs in total. I was happy with the results, as, to me, the pictures seemed like the abstract paintings, and that was what I was looking for.Simone took hundreds of images of the fields over a four day span in April 2014.