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Beyond the Bale : June 2013
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 richard. firstname.lastname@example.org. The photos could portray any feature, be it humourous or poignant, informative or provoking, gritty or beautiful. We can’t promise that we’ll print every photo, but we’d love to see them. Here are a few that we have recently received from readers. 1. CatrIoNa IN CoNdo condobolin woolgrower Jon L’estrange from ‘Inglewood’ showing aWI Wool ambassador catriona rowntree the finer points of wool quality during the Don Brown memorial ewe competition. 2. “CoWaL West” WooLshed Preserved the former owners of ‘cowal West’ north of West Wyalong, the carnegie family, sent in this photo of three generations of the family who were present for the re-opening of the historic 127 year old “cowal West” woolshed, following its relocation to the Lake cowal conservation centre from land now owned by the Barrick cowal gold mine. Barrick (cowal) Ltd has preserved the shed with its significant heritage features as a community museum. Photo: L. Williams. 3. FILmINg a BBC doCumeNtarY the BBc was in australia in april filming a documentary on the cutty sark and the importance of the wool trade between australia and the Uk. malcolm and David kater of egelabra hosted a day’s filming at ‘colane’ near nyngan where the BBc filmed shearing, mustering and learnt about the heritage of the industry. In this photo David kater is explaining on camera to presenter David Hayman of the BBc the premium qualities of merino wool. 4. mt hesse Farm vIsIt Paolo fontana of aeffe filati in new York sent in this photo of südwolle international executives visiting the sheep farm at mount Hesse, Victoria in march. teams from france, Us, Japan, china, Hong kong and germany joined together to learn about the different aspects of sheep farming, followed by visits to the aWta and Wool store in melbourne. 4 3 2 1 readers’ photos!