You can tell that Spring is just around the corner in this week’s Island Echo Readers’ Gallery which includes pictures of Spring-time flowers and a variety of local wildlife.

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

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Spring Flowers Ferncliff Gardens: Photo credit Diana Wright.
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Reflections from Retro Pier Sandown ~ Photo credit Jane Grewcock
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Flock of geese at Nodes Point Bembridge ~ Photo credit David ford
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Daffodil heaven Newchurch ~ Photo credit Jane Grewcock
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Ruby playing hide and seek Shanklin ~ Photo credit David Ford
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Misty day at Appley Ryde ~ Photo credit Barbara Ashdown
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Appley Tower misty day Appley Ryde ~ Photo credit Barbara Ashdown
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Swathe of golden daffodils Appley Park ~ Photo credit Barbara Ashdown
Photo credit Jane Holland
Photo credit Jane Holland
Photo credit Jane Holland
Photo credit Jane Holland
Photo credit Jane Holland
Photo credit Jane Holland
Photo credit Jane Holland

Submit your photos here: Submit Images

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Joe Bloggs
Joe Bloggs
1 year ago

If the grey squirrel was photographed on the Island, its location should be reported to the police so it can be humanely captured and released off the Island to protect the red squirrels.


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