From fire recovery in the east to crutching snaps in the west

From fire-affected East Gippsland to crutching in the state's Western District

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Check out some of our readers' photos.

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Photos featured in Thursday's social media snapshot are all from first-time contributors who have reached out to highlight why they love where they live.

Graeme and Julia Schultz, Lynwood, Penshurt, sent in a photo of their granddaughter, Baylee Eagle, who was looking after the pet lambs.

Stonehaven primary producer Sue Lamb snapped a photo of the Barwon River which runs through her property, a great place to relax with friends and the grandchildren, she said.

Western Victoria farmer Sherri Symons, Hopkins River, Ellerslie, sent in a photo of her family preparing the 2019 ewes for crutching with four-month-old Kelpie pups Bruce and Ruby in training.

East Gippslander Kylie Miller, Wairewa, captured an image of how the bush is recovering after the December/January bushfires.

Across the border caretaker Meg Clothier, Penola, South Australia, snapped an interesting shot of a Murray Grey cow and calf.

Photo to share? Hashtag or @StockandLand on Instagram, send it via Facebook or email bryce.eishold@stockandland.com.au.

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