Thanks to all the Farmers Weekly readers who have been sharing photos in our Farming Through a Lens gallery.
It is a little window into life on your farms and in your part of the world. Here is just a snapshot of some of the hundreds of pictures we’re received.
Don’t forget, you can submit photos of your own by going to the gallery.
Whether your pictures are scenic or serious, fun and funny, load them into the gallery, with a little bit of information about what they show and you could be on the way to seeing your work appear in a forthcoming issue of your favourite farming read.
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This picture, taken by FWi gallery user “traceynoe”, is titled: “Don’t you just hate it when your hare gets wet”. It shows a hare dashing between showers in North Lincolnshire.
This is a low-ground pressure lamb, according to “Bogis”.
Like father, like daughter: Two-year-old Mali Ann helping dad out at Pontllyfni in North Wales.
“Robert w” reckons a temporary covered sheep pen is a great aid to outdoor lambing.
Richard Stevenson (on the bonnet) with Matthew Bullivant, Luke Shaw, David Norman Mark Chambers. The big day saw Richard marry Hannah Bullivant at Newton-under-Roseberry in Cleveland with the reception held at the groom’s farm, Trout Hall.
Copies of Farmers Weekly made a great addition to the decorations at Lucy Williams and Marc Allison’s wedding at Kehelland church, Cornwall.
“Farm Antics” captured this image of a pair of Texel ewe lambs grazing in the evening in the Brecon Beacons.