Gary Ablett with his son Levi after returning home from Geelong's Queensland hub.(Instagram: Jordan Ablett)ShareFacebookTwitterArticle share optionsShare this onFacebookTwitterLinkedInSend this byEmailMessengerCopy linkWhatsAppPrint contentPrint with images and other mediaPrint text onlyPrintCancelCOVID-19 willing, this AFL season still has three tumultuous and highly unpredictable months to run. But I suspect it has already produced its most powerful and symbolic image.It is not the stereotypical back page picture of a player rising over a pack to take a soaring mark or an iconic act such as Nicky Winmar's defiant "black and proud" gesture.The photograph was not even taken by a professional photographer but shared on Instagram by a family that is both intensely proud and under great emotional stress.The image that will symbolise this strange disrupted season is that of Geelong champion Gary Ablett Jr holding his son in his arms at the airport at the weekend after his premature return from the team's Perth hub.It is a heart-warming photo although, sadly, it is the backstory that lifts it from the pages of the Ablett family album to the centre of our current sporting consciousness.Eighteen month-old Levi Ablett suffers a rare degenerative disease, while his mother, Jordan, is caring for her own mother who has cancer. This prompted the 36-year-old Geelong star to leave quarantine in Perth and travel home to his family. Gary Ablett has opened up recently about his son's medical condition.(Instagram: Gary Ablett)Under such circumstances, the Ablett's did what most parents would do. But his decision was made at a time when we are expecting,
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