Drones give different perspective on agriculture

Drones give different perspective on agriculture


Check out some of the farm photos from readers.


Drones are being used to capture new angles in everyday agriculture.

North-west Victorian grazier Amanda Brownsea used a drone to photograph a cluster of silos on her Lake Hindmarsh farm.

"I've started getting into drone photography to give farmers a different and unseen point of view of the land," Ms Brownsea said.

As a nurse, Ms Brownsea said taking photos around the farm had become a regular hobby and a way to disconnect from work.

The photo was taken on her 800-hectare property where the family runs sheep and grain.

Another grain-related shot in this week's WebPics comes from Riverina farmer Denise Buchanan.

She captured a photo of her semi unloading wheat across the border in Victoria.

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- courtesy Stock and Land, Victoria.

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