Win cash prize in Farmers Weekly’s photo competition

Enjoy taking pictures? If so, don’t miss the newly launched Farmers Weekly 2015 Photography Competition.

This contest, with eight categories covering a range of farming and rural topics, gives readers the chance to win a cash prize.

Pictures are already flooding in, with enthusiastic and talented amateur photographers vying for the £250 cash prize.

Enter the Farmers Weekly Photography Competition 2015

Just three of the many that have been submitted are a shot of cattle titled Framed from FWi gallery user “TheAngusFarmer”, the quirky perspective on unloading straw from “edandmax”, and the image of stags taken on the Hebridean island of Pabbay by “AnnanMike” (see below).

Framed by "TheAngusFarmer"

Framed by “TheAngusFarmer”.

The categories are: machinery, wildlife, livestock, landscapes, people, pets, black-and-white and young photographer, which is open to anyone aged 16 or under.

Unloading straw by "edandmax"

Unloading straw by “edandmax”.

We will be including a selection of your shots in the bumper Christmas issue of Farmers Weekly magazine, so you could even see your work in print.

Stags on the Hebridean island of Pabbay by “AnnanMike”.

Entering is quick and easy – you just need to upload your best pictures to one or more of the relevant online entry galleries.

You can enter as many pictures as you want, across as many categories as you want (just make sure you put each one in the appropriate entry gallery).

It is always nice to see a little information about where and when the picture was taken, so feel free to include a line or two of details when you upload the picture.

The closing date is 30 October 2015. Happy snapping.

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