Felton, on Queensland’s Darling Downs has some of the most productive soil in the world. This means it can grow crops with better yield than most soils which means it is very important in the greater scheme of food production.
It is also a place that for a number of years was threatened with destruction by the resources boom. Fortunately the efforts of locals won and mining has retreated.
This field of large round bales, the secondary resource of the main irrigated crop of, I suspect, mung beans or other high value summer crop (you can see the irrigation infrastructure in the mid-background) sit ready for loading onto trucks in the late afternoon April light.
This photograph is for sale at just $10 for private use only.
This image is available for digital download without large watermark, ready to print. Image size suits printing at 10×34.5 inches or larger and would look magnificent on any wall.
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