Landscape photographer Albert Dros from the Netherlands had special permission to bring the beauty of the garden to everyone. “This year is ‘special’. Keukenhof is closed, but that doesn’t mean there are no flowers,” Albert explains. “On the contrary, the flowers look amazing and receive as much attention and care as ever.
The gardeners continue to do their work with the same passion with which they have always done it, because even without people, nature and the spectacle of the garden continue.” The photographer has been capturing this paradise for as long as he can remember, but this time is the first time he has had the opportunity to see it without people.
This occasion feels different because he has had the opportunity to see the park like no one has ever seen in his life. Being able to enjoy the view just for his camera. “Sometimes I would sit next to the flowers and the water, enjoying nature for 30 minutes.
It was a magical experience. Not having people in the park allowed me to photograph paths and angles in a way that you can’t normally see because of the crowds,” he acknowledges. Share this gallery with your friends, it is a way to marvel at the pandemic.