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WEEK 4 READERS’ GALLERY: 25TH OCTOBER 2019


Great selection of Readers’ photographs sent in again this week – thanks to everyone who has been submitting their captures over the past month. 

If you have captured an Island moment in a photograph and think that others would like to see it, then send it in to be featured on our Island Echo Readers' Gallery.

Please supply your name and a brief description of where and when the photograph was taken, or perhaps a funny caption.

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The cut off is Thursday at 21:00 and photos will be published on the Island Echo website during the course of Friday.

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Sunset at Bembridge Beach (Ricky Santos)
Let me out! at Monkey haven (Jane Holland)
Milky Way over Church at Whippingham Church (Les)
Steam train at Ashey at (Ronda Farrow)
Look closely and you’ll see the fairies dance around it at Hersey Nature Reserve Seaview (Josie Luckermans)
Lighthouse at At Catherine’s lighthouse (Keith Byles)
Fishing off the needles at The Needles lighthouse (Richard Powell)
I can see my ‘quack’ at Ryde (Josie Luckermans)
Butterfly at Butterfly world (Jane Holland)
Bus-Stop right now, thank you very much at Island Harbour (David Fisher)
Owl at Monkey haven (Jane Holland)
Sunset at Newtown (Ricky Santos)
Sunset from East Cowes at East Cowes (Richard Powell)
View from Carisbrooke Castle at Carisbrooke castle (Keith Byles)
A young fox at Clifftop Shanklin (Lee Marples)
Low cloud over Compton Bay at Compton Bay (Karen Tyler)
The Needles Sunset (Ricky Santos)

 

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Amalia Titley
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Amalia Titley

Love number 3 amazing photo

Az-Zahara Aziz
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Az-Zahara Aziz

I remember buying them for three old pence at Trattles shop when living in Oakfield many years ago. A Mars bar was six pence then and bigger

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