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Beyond the Bale : September 2018
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. 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 firstname.lastname@example.org. 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. 74 READERS' PHOTOS KIDS FEEDING THE LAMBS Paul Grams of Longreach in Queensland sent in these two photos of kids hand-feeding some lambs: Reiner and Jordan at Julia Greek (left) and Ella Goodman at Longreach (right). EARLY RISERS! James McEachern from Wingeel, west of Geelong in Victoria, posted this beautiful sunrise on Instagram (james__mceachern). Thanks for tagging #beyondthebale THE TIN DOG Lisa Alexander from Blackall in Queensland posted this photo on Instagram (lisa_alexander_ photography) explaining that the ‘tin dog’ is getting the job done when the real dog has bailed out. Lisa has her own photography business and loves to capture daily life on the land. Head to her website at https://lisaalexanderphotography. com.au to view more wonderful images. FRED’S FIRST SHEARING Chris Hume of Gretna in Tasmania sent in this photo of James Hume with son Fred in the ‘Allanvale’ shearing shed. Ahh, that first feel of freshly shorn fleece.
In the Shops - September 2018