Summer haze as white as breakers in this week’s image gallery

A ideal minute for a stroll along the beach front at St. Shott’s. (Submitted by Diane Molloy)

We are into the lengthy wander upon the amazing, rough beach of summertime in the province now, and a great deal of people are heading outside the house, regardless of whether to the shore, to fish, to concert events, or just for some time by itself. We enjoy you sharing it with us!

Check out out these images, and then scroll to the bottom to see how you can be part of future week’s album.

A whale tale emerges from the water near Chance Cove.
Here’s a blessed shot, taken around Likelihood Cove. And apparently the two luck and possibility are synonyms for ‘complete fluke’, which this also is. (Submitted by Steve Williamson)
A field of lupins near a small seaside town.
The lupins of Bauline. (Submitted by Lorraine Winsor)
A sunny highway surrounded by clouds and tree-covered hills.
Twin mountains blanketed by cloud near Cape Ray. (Submitted by John Butt)
A boat on the water with treelined hills about.
A dory sits on the mirror floor of the water in the vicinity of Port au Bras (Submitted by Johnaton Poulain)
Fog blankets houses by a shore.
What insider secrets lurk concealed driving the fog more than Trinity? (Submitted by Bob Coffey)
A rocky beach as the sun sets.
A packed spot on awesome summer time times, Topsail Seaside can also double as a put to get pleasure from a tranquil sunset. (Submitted by Pete Roil)

Have a photograph you would like to share? 
Here is how to get in touch with us: email It really is a committed tackle just for photo submissions from throughout Newfoundland and Labrador.

Here is what we need to have from you: your title, in which the image was taken and a caption that tells us what is actually in the impression. We encourage you to add any details you imagine our viewers would appreciate! 

We share the photos we receive here, and we may well also use them on Below & Now just about every weeknight during Ashley Brauweiler’s climate segments, as well as on our Facebook web site, our Twitter feed and on our Instagram account. And we always give credit rating. Providing a manage for Instagram would be appreciated! 

Simply because of the volume of submissions we acquire, we can’t answer to all people.

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