READERS’ GALLERY: 29TH OCTOBER 2021

Here is this week’s much-anticipated Readers’ Gallery! The clocks go back this weekend so those evenings are really drawing in – but it means the mornings will be lighter, making those sunrise trips that little more bearable.

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 deadline is Thursday at 09:00 and photos will be published on the Island Echo website during the later part of Friday, normally early evening. If you miss the cut off time, then don't fear, we will just add them into the following week!

Submit your photos here: SEND YOUR PHOTOS

Early morning Ventnor ~ Photo credit Carole Owen
Snoozing Piglets at Quarr – Photo by Christopher Carr
Nature walk by my 3year old granddaughter, willows own creation of a snake made out of Conkers Qwar abey lane ~ Photo credit S day
Brent geese on the shoreline at low tide Ryde West beach ~ Photo credit Therese Elaine Saunders
Sunset Ryde pier ~ Photo credit Lisa Valerie Charman
Alvestone friends Alvestone nature reserve. ~ Photo credit Jane Hrewcock
St Georges church Arreton ~ Photo credit Christopher Carr
Ryde Sunrise Ryde Marina ~ Photo credit Christopher Carr
New moon behind the clouds North road shanklin ~ Photo credit David Ford
Adgestone ~ Photo credit Arlo Adds
Autumn Goldfinches Culver Down ~ Photo credit Jane Grewcock
Quarr piglets Quarr Abbey ~ Photo credit Jane Grewcock

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rodney burt
rodney burt
2 months ago

The wonder of nature never ceases to amaze me

Islander born & bred
Islander born & bred
2 months ago

Some lovely pictures. Notable is the Early Morning Ventnor, the New Moon at Shanklin, and Sunrise Ryde Marina, also nice to see the power station chimney at Fawley still there in the brent geese picture, won’t be the same now it’s gone.

 

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