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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