FW in weird and wonderful places

Where’s the strangest place you’ve read Farmers Weekly?

Dedicated Farmers Weekly readers are always sending us photos of themselves reading their favourite magazine in bizarre and unusual places – from religious temples in Thailand to the stands at the Millennium Stadium to photos taken in between dives, like this one sent in by David Fuller-Shapcott, taken while diving at the Farne Islands off the coast of Northumberland.

Now we’re on the hunt for the ultimate reader photo, with the launch of our ‘FW on tour’ photo competition.

You don’t have to travel halfway across the globe to be in with a shot. The winning picture could be taken on a quirky corner of the farm, an unusual spot in your village or perhaps you could take advantage of a striking local landscape – the more imaginative the better.

The winner will get a specially designed and framed mock-up of a Farmers Weekly front cover, featuring their winning picture on it. We’ll also throw in £50 cash to help you celebrate.

When you’ve taken your photo, upload it to this gallery or email it to rachel.jones@rbi.co.uk before Monday 31 October.

The Farmlife team will pick a shortlist, before handing over the final decision to our 12,000-strong Facebook community, who will be asked to vote for their favourite.

Good luck!

See a gallery of photos already submitted here.

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