Awesome fall skies in our latest audience gallery



The Northern Lights made their appearance in Newfoundland and Labrador this week, putting on a show for many photo enthusiasts. Brendon Gould sent us this photo of the Point Riche Lighthouse in Port au Choix. (Submitted by Brendon Gould)

The clocks have moved back this weekend, but our public photo gallery is moving forward!

This week’s gallery features stunning fall scenery from across the province, from the shores of Quidi Vidi to Ashuanipi in Labrador.

Take a look at our latest batch of audience photos and don’t forget to scroll down to see how you can submit your own photo.

Kim Plowman writes: “Quidi Vidi was particularly captivating. Evening in early November with its warm colors and good humor. ‘ (Submitted by Kim Plowman)

This week also brought the first snow of the season! It is only a matter of time until White Hills in Clarenville is teeming with skiers and snowboarders. (Submitted by Gordon Wheaton)

A large-scale rainbow stretches over the Victoria River near Millertown. (Submitted by Tony Barron)

Dominique Andrews sent us this great photo of the Ashuanipi River region in western Labrador. (Submitted by Dominique Andrews)

Dena Dalley was able to catch the morning frost that was forming at Lewisporte earlier this week. (Submitted by Dena Dalley)

Eugene Howell sent us this pleasing photo, adding that “The fall sunset over the pond at Salmon Cove paints a stunning scene like only nature can.” (Submitted by Eugene Howell)

Rich Wheeler sent us this panoramic photo overlooking Wee Ball Island in the Bay of Islands. (Submitted by Rich Wheeler)

Want to share a photo?

Here’s how to contact us: send an email to [email protected]. This is an address for photo submissions from anywhere in Newfoundland and Labrador.

Here’s what we need from you: your name, the location the photo was taken, and a caption that tells us what’s in the image. We encourage you to add any information you think our readers would appreciate!

We share the photos we receive here, and we could also use them on Here Now every weekday evening during Ashley Brauweiler’s weather segments, as well as our Facebook page, our Twitter feed and on our Instagram Account. And we always give credit.

Due to the volume of submissions we receive, we cannot respond to everyone.

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