Win prizes with your farm shots
CBH Group's annual photo competition is now open and this year readers are invited to share images of "Life in the Wheatbelt".
The CBH Group Photo Competition is now in its 15th year and this year's theme Life in the Wheatbelt offers photographers the opportunity to highlight their family, community, harvest, site and customers.
CBH Group chief executive Dr Andy Crane said this year's competition would be a great opportunity for photographers to depict anything from the family farm to the ports that export grain to world markets.
"The photo competition is a chance for people to use their photography and video production skills to showcase WA's grain-growing communities," Dr Crane said.
"This year, the _Countryman _will highlight one entry each week on their front cover. This will highlight many of the amazing images we receive each year through the competition.
"CBH is focused on enriching regional communities and this is another opportunity to highlight regional life in WA through a creative project."
Entries will also be published in the _Countryman _ and CBH Group and _Countryman _ websites and social media pages throughout the competition.
The categories include best photograph and runner-up, best video, CBH Seedlings for children aged 5 to 12 and the people's choice award.
There is a range of great prizes to be won, including $1000 entertainment packages with Crown Perth for accommodation, restaurants and spa treatments, and a digital camera and Smiggle prize pack for the "Seedlings".
The CBH Group has also partnered with the _Countryman _ to host the people's choice award, with one winner selected by the public through online voting at thewest.com.au/cbhphotocomp, via the CBH Facebook page, at www.cbh.com.au and during this year's field days.
Participants can enter a maximum of four photos (with a minimum of 1MB resolution each photo) online at thewest.com.au/cbhphotocompor www.cbh.com.au .
The competition will close on August 6 at 5pm.
Competition terms and conditions are available at www.cbh. com.au.
Shown on this page are some of the entries received last year.
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