Location: Bendigo, Victoria, Australia

This was taken for Daffodil Day which was held on the 24th August 2007.

Australian Daffodil Day – Friday 24 August


What is Daffodil Day?
The Cancer Council’s Daffodil Day is the largest merchandise based national fundraising event of its kind for cancer research, education, and patient support in the Southern Hemisphere. The event had its beginnings in Canada around 30 years ago and is now held in eight countries including the UK, Ireland, USA, Canada, New Zealand, Denmark and Australia. It is a day to remember people touched by cancer, a day to celebrate survivorship and to hope for a brighter future.

The daffodil is the international symbol of hope for all those affected by cancer.

Taken: Bendigo Conservatory Gardens

2592 × 3888 @ 240DPI


  • Carl Osbourn
    Carl Osbournabout 7 years ago

    wonderful DOF and colours in this shot :]

  • Amy-lee Foley
    Amy-lee Foleyabout 7 years ago

    beautiful image!


  • Marcus Mawby
    Marcus Mawbyabout 7 years ago

    Thank you Carl and Amy, Daffodil’s mean many things to many people.

  • Robert Elliott
    Robert Elliottabout 7 years ago

    beautiful image, great DOF !!!

  • Victor Bezrukov
    Victor Bezrukovabout 7 years ago

    great colours and DOF !

  • helene
    heleneabout 7 years ago

    Brilliant colours and DOF

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