Farmlife Framed is Farmers Weekly’s photo feature which puts readers centrestage.
It showcases your pictures – whether they’re of family, friends, landscapes or livestock.
From the scenic and the serious to the fun and the funny, your pictures are a great insight into agriculture and rural living across the UK – and further afield.
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Here are just a few of the lovely images you’ve shared with us recently.
Olee Morris shared this pic of a group of lambs “looking remarkably indifferent to the early morning frost” at Coneygar Farm, Quenington, Gloucestershire in late April. “Frozen lamb,” she called it.
Geraint Davies from Thirsk in North Yorkshire recently visited Iceland with his wife, daughter, son-in-law and two grandchildren, Joshua and Phoebe.
“No holiday is complete without taking ones Farmers Weekly – and what better place to read it, than waiting for the hot tub to fill outside our log cabin? In this picture, Joshua is checking that grandad is reading every article!”
The Chapmans from Saltfleetby in Lincolnshire sent us this picture of their two Border Terriers, Bracken and Briar, sat “looking most unimpressed that one of our sheep was benefiting from our son’s sandwich and not them!”
This one, called “Through the eye of a hay rack”, came from Jayne Eglington of Eye in Suffolk.
This shows a “proud mother with her lambs” near Haltwhistle, Northumberland. “They were the 175th pair of lambs – we started with red numbers up to 100 then moved onto blue,” says Max Johnson.
Hattie and Louise Leach from Shropshire holding twin sisters from their small flock of Easycare sheep.
“Can you guess what day we got married on?” says Richard Smith, who tied the knot with Catherine in Boddington, Cheltenham.