There’s a £500 prize on offer in Farmers Weekly’s new photography competition, the theme of which is Beautiful British Landscapes.
Farmers Weekly has teamed up with The Woodland Trust to run this contest, which aims to celebrate the British wonderful countryside in all its many forms.
So whether what has caught your eye is a skilfully ploughed field or a windswept hillside, send us your favourite shots. Whether it’s a wood in a spring or a summer meadow, we can’t wait to see them.
The competition is open until Friday 15 July, so there’s plenty of time to get out and about with your camera – but you can also raid your archives and enter images you’ve previously taken.
The top shot will be published in Farmers Weekly, so it will be a great way to showcase your photography skills.
“This is a great chance to capture our unique and fantastic countryside on camera,” says ’s editorial projects manager James Williams.
“The goalposts are very wide. We’re particularly keen to see pictures that feature trees, but it’s by no means limited to this. We want pictures that show the diversity of our landscapes, the different seasons, and farming and the countryside in all its guises.”