Fields of gold (and red, blue, green and yellow): The colourful tulip crops that are a feast for the eye
At first glance, they appear to be the product of an abstract artist's most vivid imagination.
But these arrangements of colour in clear linear formations are actually an example of how beautiful the natural world can be.
The striking reds, pinks, greens and yellows in these pictures are tulips growing in various parts of the Netherlands - and while the flowers have long been associated with Dutch fields, they are rarely shown like this.
The vibrant colours are captured in stunning aerial photographs taken by the artist Mishka Henner.
Henner, a Belgian artist now living and working in Manchester, is renowned in art circles for his use of image-rich technologies such as Google Earth and YouTube.
As his photographs show, glorious geometric patterns can be found in the most unlikely places.