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Another week passes, its the last Friday of February and our Readers have been busy!

Remember to send us your photos each week!

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.

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

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

Submit your photos here: Submit Images

Harry Potter and The Curse of Watchbell Lane at Watchbell Lane, Newport (Kirsty Wright)
First Signs of Spring at Arreton (Helen Cooke)
Deer with Freshwater Bay in distance. at Chale (Tim Piloni)
Daffodils at Shanklin (Josh Thomas)
Colours of Autumn at Parkhurst Forest (Kirsty Wright)
Colours of a Mandarin duck (Linda Belcher)
Cliff Reflection at Shanklin Beach (Arlo Adds)
Breezy day at Binstead (Jane Grewcock)
Breezy day at Binstead (Jane Grewcock)
Breezy day at Binstead (Jane Grewcock)
Breezy day at Binstead (Jane Grewcock)
A bit of a tame Buzzard at Chillerton (Linda Belcher)
Wild violet at Ventnor downs (Linda Belcher)
White Dove at Sandown (Josh Thomas)
Ventnor (Jane Holland)
Ventnor (Jane Holland)
Tree Creeper at Nr Yarmouth (Geoff Simmons)
Steephill Cove at Ventnor (Jane Holland)
Spring is on its way at Alverstone (Josh Thomas)
Rockpool splash at Shanklin Beach (Arlo adds)
Robin in Blossom at Arreton (Helen Cooke)
Posing Kestrel at Newtown (Linda Belcher)
Nighttime lunch at Chillerton (Linda Belcher)
Lunchtime at Newtown (Linda Belcher)
Limpets on a rock at Shanklin Beach (Arlo adds)

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Great photo’s well done to everyone.

Terry Kirkby

I love looking at these photos they are all excellent and they must have taken some patience which in our ever fast world and life says alot

Well Done to you all


The buzzard looks like a female sparrowhawk

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