There’s just over a week left to submit your entries into Farmers Weekly’s annual harvest photo competition and be in with a chance of seeing your image on the magazine front cover.
The entry deadline is midnight on 8 September and we’ll reveal the winning harvest shot on 20 September, along with several runners-up.
With a record-breaking number of submissions this year, the task of selecting just one image will be tougher than ever.
How to enter
When uploading your entries, don’t forget to add a short description telling us where the photo was taken and what it shows.
Top tip – cover-worthy images will need to be high-resolution (that’s about 2,400 pixels wide or a minimum 2MB file size) and suitable to be cropped to a square.
For inspiration, check out some of our top picks below and see last year’s winning harvest photo and the runners-up.
Nicola Legg sent in this shot of a John Deere combine and tractor bringing the harvest in near sunny Cirencester in Gloucestershire.
Lee Wakefield of Manor Farm, Bury, at the helm of his Case AFS 8230 harvesting wheat on the Cambridgeshire Fens, with wind turbines whirring in the distance. Mark Norman shared this photo.
Black and gold
Woodsford Farms with a 9T on demo, being chased by a brace of New Holland combine harvesters in Dorset. Tom Balchin entered this one into our harvest photo competition.
Baling round the clock
This great silhouette of baling in Ludlow, Shropshire, was uploaded to our harvest gallery by Becky Hamer.
Jamie Meyrick captured this battle between farmers hauling bales and the weather in Herefordshire on a hot late afternoon with a heavy overcast sky promising rain.
With wheat being combined, dust fills the air and clouds the low-slung sun in Suffolk. Neil Worby entered this image in our competition.