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Winter is approaching… This week our Reader’s have been outside taking photographs as temperatures start to plummet. 

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 later part of Friday, normally early evening.

If you miss the cut off time, then don't fear, we will just add them in to the following week. 

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Bull and his ladies, enjoying a rare day of Sun. in St Lawrence (Brian Copeland)
Enjoy the so few sunny days left to us now in St Lawrence, Porchfield, Sandown bay (Stichberry)
I can see you at Sandown zoo (Terry boulton)
It don’t grow on trees. (unfortunately) in St Lawrence (Brian Copeland)
Misty woodland in Chessell (Jerome Attrill)
Morning cobwebs (5 November 2020) in Garden (YJC)
Shades of grey and green with a dab of Wight…..Link in Bouldnor (YJC)
The fool on the hill. in Cliff at St Lawrence. (Brian Copeland)
Won’t be slipping into the Speedo’s today in St Lawrence (Brian Copeland)
Work starts for the new restaurant at the end of Totland Pier in Totland Bay (Alex Brooker)
Us humans are in lockdown but the flowers are in full bloom & a busy rabbit! in Lake (Barry)
mushrooms up a tree in on the island (linda Belcher)
In the woods in on the island (Linda Belcher)
reed bunting in on the island (Robert Belcher)
Calmness in Ryde (Jane grewcock)

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The Cats Paw

Some lovely photographs, no wonder it is hard for people to stay locked in, even in Winter we have beauty here.

Mouth Piece

Great snaps of this lovely Isle once again. Thank you.


Great as always. But I do wonder if photos like these give the council ideas about what to concrete over next.

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