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Insta Snap Winner- Geoff Sandilands and Robbie Saunders with Done and Dusted. (Supplied by CBH.)

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Kendenup locals have shared their enjoyment of an end of days work and taken the top prize for their ‘Done and Dusted’ entry into the 2021 CBH Photo Competition.

The competition, themed ‘Working Together’, had more than 230 photographs submitted and highlights an insight as to the fun of farmer life.

Celebrating the end of the 2020 harvest in the Great Southern 

A new category was introduced into this year’s competition, ‘Insta Snap’ to capture lower resolution images.

Insta Snap winner Geoff Sandilands and Robbie Saunders from Kendenup won for their joint efforts in setting up and snapping entry ‘Done and dusted’, which celebrated the end of the 2020 harvest in the Great Southern with farmers atop their trucks.

Best Photograph was awarded to Amanda Stewart of Bunchie for her image ‘Sharing a Joke’ and features her husband and work mate sharing a moment while filling up a seeder.

The overall competition winner won a $1,500 Crown Perth Accommodation gift voucher plus $1,000 donated to charity of choice, followed by a $500 Crown Perth Accommodation gift voucher plus $500 donated to charity of choice for the other winners.

Ms Stewart’s  chosen charity was Newdegate Primary School P&C, which will receive $1,000, while Mr Sandilands nominated RFDS WA to receive the $500 donation.

People’s Choice winner was Carnamah entrant Jessica Cole with her image ‘Righto pop I’ll show you how this thing works’, with 276 votes.

She nominated the RFDS WA to receive the $500 donation.

Photo competition a 20 year CBH tradition 

CBH Chief External Relations Officer Brianna Peake said the CBH photography competition was a proud tradition that had been running for 21 years.

“This year we chose the theme ‘Working Together’ to encourage entries that would capture what working together in agriculture in regional WA means to our communities,” she said.

“Undoubtedly, 2021 has tested many Western Australians – cyclones, floods, fires, COVID-19 – you name it.

“But people in our communities are resilient bunch and we wanted to showcase this through our competition theme.”

“But people in our communities are resilient bunch and we wanted to showcase this through our competition theme.”

Best Photograph Winner- Amanda Stewart with Sharing a Joke. (Supplied by CBH.)
Peoples Choice Winner- Jessica Cole with Righto Pop I’ll show you how this thing works. (Supplied by CBH.)

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