Bendigo Bloom Festival of Tulips and Light Up in Green Room
It is the full moon. That would be the perfect explanation for an eventual week. First, water bomb floods many roads that render my regional work difficult. Then many of my photography trips get cancelled due to the weather and all.
These tulip photos are something I do every year when Bendigo has this recurring festival. The good thing about it is that it is free! Unlike the Tessellar festival, I could go in any time I want. The number of Tulips is also decent too. The best thing about photographing tulips here is that there are way more interesting heritage buildings and sculptures for props or contexts.
The bloom is already finished but I will showcase some shots from this year.
Then there are many light up projections in the area too.
Thanks for visiting!
This is in participation of link Floral Friday
Keywords: australia, Bendigo, bloom, festival, landscape, nature, night, photography, reflection, roentare, scenery, travel, Tulips, Victoria
Oooh! I am a huge tulip lover. I live near Holland MI, a city that was settled by Dutch people and in honor of that they have a Tulip Festival every Spring - the biggest one in the US.
Your photos are so pretty, the buildings are beautiful and you even have some poppies!
Thanks for brightening my day.
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