Autumn work has featured prominently among the pictures submitted so far for the Farmers Weekly Photography Competition 2015.

Hundreds of photos – ranging from the practical to the picturesque – have been entered for this prestigious contest, which is open to all amateur photographers.

The closing date isn’t until 30 October so there’s still time to submit your pictures. There are eight categories and a £250 overall top prize.

Enter the Farmers Weekly Photography Competition 2015

Here are just four of the pictures entered in the Machinery category which have a distinctly autumnal feel to them.

Ploughing picture taken by gallery user "XanderC" near Scunthorpe

taken by gallery user “XanderC”

Called “Stormy Skies Approaching”, this ploughing picture was taken by gallery user “XanderC” near Scunthorpe.

Power harrowing in dusty soil

Taken by gallery user “hross”

A dusty shot which sums up perfectly how power harrowing can be – taken by “hross”.

View down a Catros disc row

Taken by gallery user “tracynoe”

Taken at Whitton in Lincolnshire, “tracynoe” titled this one Looking Down a Catros.

Lifting ware potatoes

Taken by gallery user “WJones”

Lifting ware potatoes in East Yorkshire – taken by “WJones”.