Photographer Tom Hegen Captures Aerial Series Of Breathtaking Tulips

German photographer and designer Tom Hegen specialized in aerial photography. His shots highlight the transformations made by human to natural landscapes. Dutch tulip growers grow about two billion flowers each year. Viewed from above, these landscapes disturb us with their beauty and the harshness of the message.

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