Blustery weather features in this week’s Readers’ Gallery – the 2nd of the New Year.

A reminder that the gallery will now be published late on Sunday afternoon, moving from the previous time slot of Friday afternoon.

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 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

“What are you up to?” Binstead ~ Photo credit Debbie Hart
Buzzard ~ Photo credit Josh Thomas
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Early morning moon watch Seaview Duver ~ Photo credit Niki Richardson
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Blustery Day Seaview ~ Photo credit Jane Grewcock
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Kingston Wharf East Cowes ~ Photo credit Trina M
Oops a daisy Freshwater Bay ~ Photo credit Marilyn Berridge
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I see no ships…in the sky.. Cliff path Shanklin.. ~ Photo credit Diana Wright
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Sandown Bay Culver Down ~ Photo credit Jane Grewcock
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Red squirrel ~ Photo credit Josh Thomas
Highway to heaven Top of Culver Down Sunday 8th jan ~ Photo credit Lee Betts
Snowdrops in early morning rain In the verge at Wellow ~ Photo credit Marilyn Berridge
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This was taken may 2021 at thorness bay its been there for about 2 year’s don’t see it that much thorness bay ~ Photo credit bob one
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Bembridge harbour Culver Down ~ Photo credit Jane Grewcock

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1 year ago

Is that a grey in that second from last picture?

Joe Bloggs
Joe Bloggs
1 year ago

Has anyone reported the grey squirrel to the police so it can be trapped and returned to the mainland so it doesn’t infect the local reds. That is what you are supposed to do.

1 year ago

Love the ‘ship’ in the sky. Cloud formations are really great at times.


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