A Narromine farmer will have her photo featured on the upcoming 2022 Grain Growers calendar.
This year Narromine farmer and renewable energy advocate Karin Stark took out first place and $1000 for her shot 'Sunset Girl'.
Each year Grain Growers holds a photo competition for Australian grain farmers to showcase the industry, with the top 12 photos featuring in their annual calendar.
This year's judge praised Ms Stark's "timeless" image.
"It's looking ahead to the future and it made me wonder what is ahead for this young girl," the judge said.
"The way her hair is emulating the wheat just makes this a beautiful image. It has action, empathy and it's well composed."
Grain Growers CEO David McKeon said this year there was a vast range of entries with growers spanning from Narromine, Narrabri to Quambatook in Victoria and Cambooya in Queensland.
"All the entries we receive are special and make life difficult for our expert photographic judge who has to choose from a great crop," he said.
Second place was awarded to Janet Dampney from NSW for her shot 'Breakfast'. Third place went to Sarah Parker from Quambatook in Victoria for her photo of 'Smokey' the farm dog photographed in a wheat crop.
The people's choice award for the photographer who had the most popular shot as voted for by people on the Grain Growers website was Emma Charles from Cambooya in Queensland. She captured 'Beauty in the Harvest'.
"We love seeing the passion our growers have for producing safe and nutritious Australian grains also captured through the camera lens," Mr McKeon said.
"Our thanks to all those who entered, and we hope the 2022 calendar rings in a prosperous season next year for our growers."