Harvest is now over for most farmers – a fast-receding memory as other tasks become the priority. Here are a few more of the lovely pictures you have shared with us capturing harvest – and what followed.
Heather Tanner sent us this one showing cultivation after oilseed rape in mid-Suffolk. “We have more gulls than Aldeburgh,” she says.
Coming to the end of the pea harvest in the Scottish Borders, says Susie Byass. She titled this picture “The Final Pea”.
Owen Morgan late-night cultivating in Pembrokeshire. It was snapped by holidaymaker Simon Hargrave from Leicestershire.
Bertie, chilling on a bale. Taken by Ellis Drakes.
FWi gallery user ‘timemeanseverything’ shared these two – they show ploughing and an iconic evening scene.
Dark skies were a sight that many people were all too familiar with this summer – maybe the rainbow was a harbinger of better weather to come? Thanks to Charlotte Branwhite for sharing the picture.