Snaps an ode to har­vest

Albany Advertiser - - NEWS - Cally Dupe

Dozens of beau­ti­ful, dra­matic and touch­ing har­vest pho­tographs have flooded Al­bany Ad­ver­tiser and Coun­try­man’s mail and Face­book in­boxes dur­ing the past few weeks.

Im­ages of fam­i­lies, col­leagues, and friends, all work­ing to­gether to get the crops off — each pic­ture has demon­strated what the WA grain har­vest is about.

One of our favourites came from Quairad­ing farmer Scott Walker, who for­got his cut­lery and in­ge­niously de­cided to eat his lunch with a pair of screw­drivers.

It turned out Mr Walker was not the only re­source­ful farmer out there. Eradu’s Fiona Manns quickly dobbed in her hus­band Liam Manns, send­ing through a pic­ture of his cut­lery — a ring span­ner.

There have been some beau­ti­ful pho­tographs of chil­dren vis­it­ing, and also solo farm­ers — car­ry­ing on their fam­ily legacy or paving their own way.

Like ev­ery year, har­vest is draw­ing to a close for farm­ers in parts of the grain belt, but oth­ers will be rolling on well into the new year.

You can share your pic­tures with us by email­ing coun­try­[email protected]­try­man.wanews. or vis­it­ing our Face­book page.

Pic­ture: Jes­sica Over­ing­ton

Ricky Over­ing­ton with his daugh­ters Si­enna, 5, Char­lotte, four months, Made­lyn, 3, and Sophia, 6.

Pic­ture: Caleb Levy

Lit­tle Cobi at Dan­dara­gan.

Pic­ture: Scott Walker

Eat­ing lunch at Quairad­ing.

Pic­ture: Steve Arm­strong

A har­vest sun­set at Peren­jori.

Pic­ture: Joel DeLuis

Wait­ing for a ride on the last day of har­vest at Narem­been.

Pic­ture: Richard Hath­away

Mun­ta­gin har­vest.

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