Stephen Batten - Mailbox sentinels.
Sharon Brown - The Lions Outback Vision Van’s very first trip to Albany in her inaugural year 2016. Although overcast and raining, the sun managed to burst through and create a double rainbow that appeared to encompass the mobile opthalmic facility.Pictured outside the van is Professor Angus Turner who is the entrepreneurial eye consultant behind the inception of the twenty metre mobile clinic.
Joanna Cyrupa - Just another wet season sunset on Cable Beach.Ob – la– di – ob –la –da hola
Joanna Cyrupa - Keeping an eye out for the traffic on Cape Leveque road.
Steve Gorrell - Evening Light - Window at night - the warm, inviting glow of a rural home.
Tristan Kelly - Dancing Silhouette - The sun had just dropped below the horizon of a seemingly endless ‘private’ beach. This provided plenty of reason to jump for joy!
Tristan Kelly - Moonlight Scrabble - Camping out beneath the country stars where time always seems to stand still for a smile and yet another game of scrabble.
Aaron Mills - Early morning dew on a wheat plant.
Irene Mills - Friends waiting for dinner.
Irene Mills - Out checking the sheep. Haley keeping an eye on the road.
Emily Saurman - The Poker Race. A lively annual mountain bike of five laps around the heritage trail in Silverton, NSW (35kms). A playing card is drawn for each rider at each lap, creating a poker hand. Despite the hills, heat, technical terrain and wildlife, it is a race that brings everyone onto equal ground. While there is someone who will cross the finish line first, it is the ‘best hand’ that wins the coveted Poker Race prize.
Naomi Thomas - Mallee sunset over a canola paddock.
John Weatherstone - Who rescues the rescuers? Members of our local fire brigade were responding to a fire when one tanker broke through an old bridge. The upside? Time to chat with a mate while waiting for backup to arrive.
John Weathertone - A solitary tree stands tall in canola fields near Cootamundra, NSW
Emma Wooldridge - Locals await a night of ‘full moon blues’ at the Garema Hall in Central West NSW. This once sleepy hall has been lovingly restored and reclaimed by locals who had a vision to bring the community together again. The almost 90-year old hall now proudly hosts events and meets such as this fundraiser - where the real magic of rural living happens! Wiradjuri Country
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