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Beyond the Bale : March 2015
READERSPHOTOS 55 Have you got any interesting photos that you’d like to share with other readers of Beyond the Bale? We are always keen to see and hear what people working with Australian wool are up to. If you want to share any photos with us, please email the image and a brief description to the editor of Beyond the Bale Richard Smith at firstname.lastname@example.org. The photos could portray any feature, be it humourous or poignant, informative or provoking, gritty or beautiful. Here are a few photos that we have recently received from readers. LEARNING FROM AN EARLY AGE Sue Lamb of Stonehaven in Victoria sent in this photo of Charlie helping his grandpa at shearing time – starting young! INTO THE WOOL BIN Bill and Jan Burgess of ‘Burragundy’ at Coolah in NSW sent in this photo of their grandchildren Georgie and Hugh Burgess – the fifth generation of Burgesses at Burragundy – lending a hand in the shed. WATCHING THE SHEARING AT TUPPAL Stacey Clancy sent in this photo of Conargo Public schoolchildren Murray Clancy, Charlie Bull and Sebastyen Doige watching a shearing demonstration at the Tuppal Food and Fibre Festival in October. PHOTOS! READERS’ OLD BLACK DOG ON THE JOB Paul and Donna Milne who manage Burra Burra Farms in the Upper Great Southern region of Western Australia sent in this photo of the most iconic of Australian scenes. A MERINO MARRIAGE Emma Gilbert arriving at her wedding to stud breeder Mick Peden from Goulburn riding on a cart drawn by Merinos Fred and Truffle. Emma is flanked by her sisters Sarah and Stephanie, and leading the rams are her parents Ashley and Gill Gilbert of ‘Kingsvale’ at Binda, NSW. If you submit a photo that gets published in Reader's Photos, you’ll receive a copy of Tracey Kruger’s ‘Shearing in Victoria’s Western District’ book. WIN!!! ABOVE The front cover of Tracey Kruger’s 224- page ‘Shearing in Victoria’s Western District’. The book is also available to purchase for $60 (postage included) from Tracey’s website: www.shearinginvictoriaswesterndistrict.com or by phone on 0427 735 208.