Your pictures: Crops
Each week, we publish a gallery of readers' pictures on a set theme. This week it is "Crops".
Richard Ion: "Rapeseed crops and typical north Cumbrian barn near Lazonby."
Olivia Shoemaker: "Endless corn in Iowa - corn and boredom capital of the USA."
Moniruzzaman Sazal: "Women drying up red chillies in the sun in Sariakandi Upazila, Bogra, Bangladesh. Bogra farmers are eying bumper production of chilli this year. Harvested chillies are dried in the sunlight and best quality chillies are transported to various spice companies for further processing."
Steve Willetts: "A deer caught in the wheatfield."
Susan Greisen: "This was taken along the road as we returned from the highlands near Ban Pho Village, north Vietnam in 2010. The lone woman is planting her rice seedlings in the beautiful valley. "
Kyle Handojo: "Corn crops ready to be harvested under the blazing New Jersey sun."
Prerna Jain: "Removing chaff from the grain after a healthy wheat crop."
Kim Barter: "Weighed down heavily after a night of rain."
Richard Mattrass: "Early morning bedroom view of tulip crop, Skagit Valley, Washington."
Dale Crook: "Taken in The Savill Garden at Windsor Great Park. It’s amazing to think that a bee so small is so important in both an ecological and commercial way. The amount of crops pollinated by bees shows how important their conservation is to the human race and our food supply."
And finally a picture by Claire Mannion. The next theme is "Grown up" and the deadline for your entries is 11 April. If you would like to enter, send your pictures to firstname.lastname@example.org. Further details and terms can be found by following the link to "We set the theme; you take the pictures" at the bottom of the page.