Autumn is now well and truly upon us – maize is being harvested, crops are being drilled and livestock are munching on lush grass laden with a heavy dew.

This season ushers in a whole range of beautiful colours and scenes, so we asked the winner of the 2016 Farmers Weekly Photography Competition, Rose Tabberer, to take some snaps of autumn around her home in the Rame Peninsula of Cornwall.

See also:  The ‘winner of winners’ of the 2016 FW photo competition

As ever, Rose didn’t disappoint. From ploughing work and pheasants in mid-flight to babbling brooks and turning leaves – here’s a selection of her stunning autumn photos.

Blackberries in hedgerow © Rose Tabberer

© Rose Tabberer

Pine cone on floor © Rose Tabberer

© Rose Tabberer

Trees turning colour in valley © Rose Tabberer

© Rose Tabberer

Grass being cut and truned © Rose Tabberer

© Rose Tabberer

Enter your farming photos now

Farmers Weekly’s annual photography competition for 2017 is now open for entries and there’s a first prize of £250 up for grabs.

This year the competition has eight categories covering a range of farming and rural topics, so head over to the photography competition page for full details and to upload your entries.

We will publish the winning shots of each category and a selection of the others we love in the bumper Christmas issue of Farmers Weekly magazine and on our website.

Go to the Photography Competition page to read full details, terms and conditions and upload your photo entries before the closing date on 13 November 2017. Good luck!

Leaf turning colour © Rose Tabberer

© Rose Tabberer

Pheasant in mid-flight © Rose Tabberer

© Rose Tabberer

Two tractors ploughing by the coast © Rose Tabberer

© Rose Tabberer

Leaves turning brown © Rose Tabberer

© Rose Tabberer

Spider web with dew © Rose Tabberer

© Rose Tabberer

Four sheep © Rose Tabberer

© Rose Tabberer

River flowing through forest © Rose Tabberer

© Rose Tabberer

Ploughing tractor surronded by seaguls © Rose Tabberer

© Rose Tabberer