April is a beautiful month in Vancouver. You can start feeling the summer around the corner, and also you can start seeing the beauty too i.e. no more grey wet days. And with it comes the Tulips.
We got in the car and went for a mini drive to explore around and breath fresh air. As we hit the highway towards Agassiz, BC we came across a Tulip farm which to our luck it was open to the public for us to enjoy. It was a fantastic day: sunny, cloudy, rainy, chilly and windy; but at the end it was all worth it, we got great photos!.
This is one of the many reasons I love BC – nature is all around us and always something different all year long.
The view was amazing. Miles and miles of multi-tonal colors waiting for all kind of visitors to appear, patiently.
It was difficult to find the perfect moment to photograph this area when you have an impatient toddler who not only didn’t want to climb out of the stroller, but also wanted to run into the middle of the field and rip all the flowers.
I still managed to sneak in here and there as people obstructed my key spots, but I ended up happy regardless.
One thing that I am trying lately with my Nikkor 35mm 1.8G is the beauty of close ups. I know it’s not a macro lens, but I am way happier that I can capture these pictures way better than my old 50mm 1.8. Way happier now.
Somehow there were a lot of good pictures.It was very hard culling them but I managed to narrow them down to 60. Post-processing them was so much fun.
If visiting BC in April, consider to take a tour towards Agassiz and hopefully you end up discovering beautiful sceneries like we did.