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Beyond the Bale : June 2018
BLANKETED IN WOOL Liz Preece sent in a photo of her four-month- old son Toby helping with shearing at ‘Little Forest’ in Cressy, Tasmania. MORNING TEA WITH DAD Maegan Taylor of ‘Ravensleigh’ at Grenfell in the Central West of NSW having morning tea and a patty cake in the shed with her dad Paul Taylor and the shearers. DOG ON THE TUCKER BOX Archie, the dog of Pat Dwyer of Ya ss in NSW, doing his Dog on the Tuckerbox impersonation! The real bronze sculpture of the Dog on the Tuckerbox is at nearby Snake Gully. MINI FARMER IN THE MAKING Leisl and Kevin Pfeiffer sent this photo of their 31⁄4 year old son Charles of ‘Round Hill’ at Parrakie in South Australia. Charles is helping his dad and uncle at crutching time, using his custom-made sweeper. BACK TO THE DAY JOB Hugh & Heather Cameron (@the_yanko) of ‘The Yanko’ at Jerilderie, NSW, uploaded on Instagram this image of Trans-Tasman Test winner Jason Wingfield (see page 59) back doing his regular work. “New Zealand one day, The Yanko the next!” PUFFED! This is Mark Swaffer’s 4-year-old Bodhi Woodstock-Swaffer from Tumby Bay in South Australia: “He had managed two full runs hitting most of us with his broom and was super excited for lunch until he fell fast asleep at 11:55am!” PHOTOS! READERS’ WIN!!! If you submit a photo that gets published in Readers’ Photos, you’ll receive an autographed copy of Andrew Chapman’s ‘The Shearers’. This 170-page hardback book documents the lives of the Australian shearers as they go about their work in some classic shearing sheds. It is also available to purchase from www.andrewchapmanphotography.com and good bookshops. 70 READERS' PHOTOS Have you got any interesting photos that you’d like to share with other readers of Beyond the Bale? If so, please email the image and a brief description to the editor of Beyond the Bale Richard Smith at email@example.com. Beyond the Bale has also launched its very own Instagram account. You can follow @beyondthebale on Instagram and also tag us in your photos for your chance to be featured. We will also be showcasing on Instagram some photos emailed in to Readers’ Photos (we’ll ask your permission first), so you can keep emailing them in.
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