Work by some of the Guild’s talented agricultural photographer members has been recognised in the BGAJ 2022 Photography Awards, sponsored by Reverberate PR.
Freelancer Wayne Hutchison won the livestock category with his image (pictured above) published in The Times of a Texel lamb running in a late snow storm in Wensleydale, North Yorkshire.
Runner up was freelance photographer Kevin Milner, with an image of young family farming member feeding an orphan lamb.
The arable category was won by Tim Scrivener for his photo of a farmer harvesting winter wheat on the edge of Rutland Water, which appeared on the front page of Farmer’s Guardian (below).
Kevin Milner was also runner up in that category with his beautiful sunset harvest picture captured on the banks of the River Humber.
Tim Scrivener scooped his second award — this time in the environment and sustainability category — for his dramatic photo of a farmer battling the flames as a field fire destroys 47 acres of standing winter wheat during the hottest summer on record.
Runner up was Wayne Hutchinson for his photo published in The Times of a hill farmer bringing in a sheep off a moor, where they have been hefted and sustained in an environmentally friendly manor on the same mountains for hundreds of years.