TOP PHOTO: ‘Max in sheep yards’, submitted by Christine Bull of Patyah, will feature for the month of January in the 2017 Elders calendar.Picture framer and farmerChristine Bull ofPatyahhas snapped her way to the national Elders Calendar for the second year in a row, this year with her photo ‘Max in the sheep yards’.
Rural enthusiasts, Elders employees and amateur photographers flocked to enter the competition, which provides entrants with a platform to showcase their work, as well as Australia.
Ms Bull trumped over 1000 entries with her exceptional photo, once again including Max the sheep dog, which caught the judges’ attention in the annual Elders Calendar Competition.
“It’s great to see the varied photos and it is good exposure for my photo,” Ms Bull said.
Taken at Patyah, Ms Bull said she loves watching the sheep dogs at work, play and rest and normally carries a camera with her, but mentioned she “can’t really plan for dogs to perform.”
Demand is growing for the calendar, with 75,000 copies printed this year and made available in Elders branches across Australia in the lead up to 2017.
Elders marketing managerYasmiin Phillips saidthe Elders calendar is iconic in Australian households.
“Once again, we were astounded by the quality of entries this year and our judging panel found it difficult to narrow the entries down to just 13,” she said.
“The calendar highlights Australia’s diversity and each photo has a unique story to tell.”
Ms Phillips explainedthat “providing a platform to showcase beautiful photos of regional and rural Australia, whilst thanking clients for their continued support wasimportant.”
The calendar is now available in all Elders branches. Winning photographs can be viewed on the Elders website.
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