Sunset wins Land Generation

Sunset snap wins The Land Generation photo comp

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Erin Anderson's winning shot in The Land Generation comp, featuring Warwick, David and Riley Anderson (and Gunner the Koolie). She gets a Bigger Boyz Toyz chainsaw.

Erin Anderson's winning shot in The Land Generation comp, featuring Warwick, David and Riley Anderson (and Gunner the Koolie). She gets a Bigger Boyz Toyz chainsaw.

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The winners of The Land Generation photo competition have been revealed.

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A SUNSET shot featuring three generations after a hard day’s work has won The Land Generation photo competition.

The snap was taken by Erin Anderson from Sandigo in the state’s Riverina, topping our reader poll to win a 75cc Bigger Boyz Toyz chainsaw worth $1499. 

Pictured in the stunning shot are Warwick, David and Riley Anderson – along with Gunner the Koolie. There were about 130 entries in the competition – which were whittled down to a top eight by The Land and then judged via an online reader poll and postal votes. 

Three generations of boys who all live and farm together on our crop and cattle property near Currabubula NSW. All boys, not a girl in sight! Photo from Veronica Filby

Three generations of boys who all live and farm together on our crop and cattle property near Currabubula NSW. All boys, not a girl in sight! Photo from Veronica Filby

Second most popular photo was entered by Veronica Filby, who wins an Optus Satellite Satsleeve, valued at $888.

In third place was Kelly Tyack, who wins a property sign made by Signs and Screens, valued at $450. 

Snow Tyack (grandfather of Luke, great grandfather of Elly, Jessie, Charlie and Billy) Luke Tyack, Uncle Max, Elly, Jessie, Charlie and Billy Tyack on "Hillview", Tullibigeal. Photo from Kelly Tyack

Snow Tyack (grandfather of Luke, great grandfather of Elly, Jessie, Charlie and Billy) Luke Tyack, Uncle Max, Elly, Jessie, Charlie and Billy Tyack on "Hillview", Tullibigeal. Photo from Kelly Tyack

Two postal voters have also been drawn to take home prizes from Goodwoods. They are C. Thompson from Sanctuary Point, who wins a single swag, and Jodie Greer from Boree Creek, who wins an oilskin. 

Congratulations everyone! 

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