Photos: Share your favourite countryside shots with FW

Love the countryside? Or photography? Or just managed to snap a perfectly timed picture of a relative or friend, pet, bit of kit or piece of livestock?

If you’ve got photos of any aspects of farming or rural life you want to share, Farmers Weekly has a dedicated area just for you.

Get involved with our Farming Through a Lens community and you can post your pictures plus browse other people’s.

See also: FW photo contest winner of winners revealed

There’s even the chance that your photo will get noticed by the team and published in the magazine.

You don’t have to be a master of the camera, just have a decent internet connection (the only potential issue) and the confidence to start sharing.

Here are four shots to give you a sense of the type of picture we love to see.

A tractor pulls a trailer of muck

1. ‘Lewis26’ shared this one called Christmas Muck Cart with the caption: “When there’s nothing else to do, go muck carting. 

Proof, if ever proof was needed, that there’s no let-up in the work, even over the festive period.

A bull looks up at the camera with feed on its face

2. This one, called Bull Enjoying His Breakfast came from “Liz”.

A group of children sit on toy tractors while one stands behind holding a cat

3. William, Thomas and Charlie Bussell – with their two cousins – “worked tirelessly” to clear the lambing shed at Wellington on the Devon/Somerset border with their tractors and trailers.

“Normally we have a bobcat come in to clear this space, but they dug hundreds of pitchforks of soiled sheep bedding, all by hand,” says the boys’ mum, Rebecca.

“They weren’t asked to do it, they just ‘wanted a job to help daddy’. I promised them that I would write them a thank you letter to go in Farmers Weekly.” 

A dog lies on the floor of a tractor cab

4. “It’s such a hard life being a farm dog,” said “Mephamway”, who titled this one Sound Asleep.

Share your pictures either by uploading them direct to the Farming Through A Lens gallery or by emailing them to

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