10 moody, mean and magnificent harvest photos

We’ve come over all moody and smouldery in this week’s harvest photo round-up, inspired by your uploads to our Harvest Highlights gallery.

Whether it’s sizzling sunsets, dusky evenings or combining by moonlight , it’s all captured as harvest continues apace around the country.

You can check out the gallery so far and upload your pictures by visiting our gallery and you can also email your pictures to fwfarmlife@rbi.co.uk.

Don’t forget, if you submit a photo, it could be the picture we choose for the cover of Farmers Weekly magazine towards the end of harvest.

See also: Harvest photos – Rainbows and blue skies get the thumbs up

Dusk – a JD 7830 carting Cordiale 2nd wheat to a barn near Littleport. Yielding 4.0T acre 81 bushel wt protein 12.5. Posted by pete_pintofbitterplease.

Wheat harvest Littleport

Baling as the sun goes down – Fendt 724 with Massey Ferguson square baler, baling barley straw on the outskirts of Ware in Hertfordshire, late Sunday evening 27 July 2014. Posted by farmer not.

Baling barley straw Herts

Dazzling – waiting for the next load…blinding obviously…oilseed rape at 9% in a 100 acre field in Leicestershire. POsted by Izzy biscuit.

Harvesting oilseed rape at night

Sunset view from the cab – waiting for the combine at Crealy farms in Devon. Posted by Nigel Pack.

Combining Devon

Sunburst over crops – Lexion 530 harvesting winter barley two weeks earlier than normal on Conon Brae farms, the Black Isle, Ross-Shire. Perfect conditions with the barley coming in at 14% moisture. Posted by Flemlog.

Winter barley harvest Ross Shire

Breathtaking sky – harvest atRiseborough Farms Ltd, St Margaret, Suffolk. By Stephen Plumb.

Harvest in Suffolk

Flaming sunset – Chris (Buster) Pearce cutting barley at sunset for J A Pearce near Hungerford, Berks, Wiltshire. “Nice not to have to dry the crop coming in all day at around 12%-13%. Posted by heycountryboy

Barley harvest Wiltshire

A beautiful end to a good day’s combining. Photo taken at DJ & JD Oldfield Two Hundreds Farm, Kirton Drove, Boston, Lincolnshire. Posted by Heather AYre.

Harvest Lincolnshire

Dramatic sillhouete – Chris (Buster) Pearce again, cutting barley at sunset in Hungerford.

Barley harvest Hungerford

Moonlight combining – Chris (Buster) Pearce, this time combining at night. Cutting went on into the night and stopped only when the straw became sticky. The grain was still coming in dry.

Night combining Hungerford

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