Geese and goosebumps in this week’s picture gallery

Some geese thought of a polar bear dip in Green’s Harbour. (Submitted by Marilyn Crotty)

It truly is been cold through Newfoundland and Labrador not long ago, but there is certainly tons of techniques to make the ideal of it, especially if we flock jointly.

Enjoy these chilly views of our province, then scroll to the base to see how your point of view can be component of following week’s gallery.

Waves crash hard against the ice-slick rocks of Middle Cove Beach.
Waves crash hard towards the ice-slick rocks of Middle Cove Seashore. (Submitted by Julie Mullowney)
The frozen surface of St. John's harbour begins to break into pans of ice on a foggy day.
Downtown St. John’s has normally been a good place to split the ice, perfectly… no, you happen to be right. I would not complete that. (Submitted by Amber Dechief)
An old dory frozen into the earth on a cold winter day.
It would not get considerably more stark than an aged dory frozen into the earth on a chilly wintertime working day. (Submitted by Tara Hamlyn)
A lighthouse overlooks the east coast on a sunny day in Fort Amherst.
On a clear working day you can link the lighthouses at Fort Amherst and Cape Spear, below witnessed in the length. (Submitted by Connie Boland)
A packed bay full of ice pans near a snow-covered beach.
Ice pans acquire in close proximity to Minimal Heart’s Simplicity. (Submitted by Chris Vardy)
A clear, cold night sky over a snowy field is filled with the northern lights.
With very little greenery to be found on the snow-covered ground, the northern lights add their possess touch to the sky more than Labrador City (Submitted by Larry Jenkins)

Have a image you would like to share? 

Here is how to get in contact with us: email It can be a committed address just for image submissions from across Newfoundland and Labrador.

Here is what we will need from you: your identify, wherever the image was taken and a caption that tells us what is in the image. We persuade you to incorporate any info you consider our visitors would delight in! 

We share the images we receive right here, and we may also use them on Right here & Now each weeknight for the duration of Ashley Brauweiler’s temperature segments, as well as on our Facebook page, our Twitter feed and on our Instagram account. And we always give credit history. Giving a manage for Instagram would be appreciated! 

Because of the quantity of submissions we receive, we cannot react to everybody.

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