We're not actually asking for donations, but we are asking for your help.
This quintessentially Australian family have been on the land for 8 generations. As at November 2019 they've been in drought for 90+ months.
That's about 2700 days or 7 and a half years. They've had 94 points/23.5ml (less than an inch in the old money) of rain this year. It's not just
any old drought this one.
Their names are Helen and Rick. Over the years, in Helen's pretty-much non-existent spare time while waiting for the school bus, or the mailman, whilst changing stock horses, walking cattle to yards, during smoko and so on she has taken many great photos of their land, its grass, its sunsets, its beauty. You can view the photos HERE , you can buy the photos HERE too and help them earn some income to pay for feed for the livestock.
They are a hard working, honest, proud Aussie family. They're tough and have worked hard all their lives. They can't leave their remote property due to the need to hand-feed the live-stock every single day.
They don't want handouts, instead they are looking at other ways to supplement their income so that they can buy feed for their remaining cattle and without going in to more debt.
They're not after charity but would love for you to buy a photo!
A bale of hay costs $220. The cost for one photo A1 (poster) size is $220. One photo = one bale of hay.
100% of proceeds go to keeping this Aussie farmer on the land.
To keep up to date with how they're going you can check out the Photos for Feed facebook page