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Beauty skies, and so much outdoor fun in our latest audience photo gallery

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Dan Rumbolt of Little Bay Islands says 'Paddy' is getting his green on - in preparation for St. Patrick's Day. (Submitted by Dan Rumbolt)

The photos of snow, ice and stunning skies continue in this week's audience gallery!

Enjoy our submissions from all over Newfoundland and Labrador, and be sure to check back regularly, as we make additions during the week.

A beautiful, calm day in Messieurs Cove, Burgeo. (Submitted by Jerry Billard)
Jason Smallwood captured this terrific shot March 10 while atop Mount Sylvester, in the Bay du Nord Wilderness Reserve. He wrote: "It was over 200 km to get in there to get some photos, because I wanted to be the 4th generation of Smallwoods to make it in there." (Submitted by Jason Smallwood)
Sunrise at Shoal Harbour on March 14. Gorgeous! (Submitted by Greg Bolger)
While on snowmobile, Joan Saunders snapped this pic on the trail looking toward the beautiful Blow-Me-Down mountains on the west coast. (Submitted by Joan Saunders)
A stunning sky over Gander International Airport. (Submitted by Eric Chisholm)
Just like a postcard! A terrific shot of Bay de Verde, from Eugene Howell. (Submitted by Eugene Howell)
Mitch Maidment shared this photo of his dog, Onyx, out on the ice in Happy Valley-Goose Bay. (Submitted by Mitch Maidment)
The skies filled with gorgeous colours as the sun was setting in the newly developed Galway area of St. John's. (Submitted by Ruby Piercey)
Dare we say ... how springlike it looks in St. John's? We'll take it! (Submitted by Roger Miller)
Brenda Coombs sent us this marvellous photo, taken March 14 on Paddy's Pond, where her husband Tommy had quite the evening ice fishing. (Submitted by Brenda Coombs)
Griffin and Kacee in Gander are very much in the spirit for St. Patrick's Day! (Submitted by Whitney Green)
Taken from Harbourside Park in St. John's. (Submitted by Mike Hennessey)
A beautiful day at Cape Bonavista! (Submitted by Mark Gray)
A gorgeous day to be enjoying the great outdoors, in Trouty. (Submitted by Evelyn Johnson)
"Aww, shucks. Any duck can do this!" (Submitted by Gerry Parsons)
Gina MacArthur was in the right place at the right time to catch a sunset in Portugal Cove, reflected in the windows at Holy Rosary Church. (Submitted by Gina MacArthur)
What a day for a boil up! (Submitted by Gordon Hoddinott)
A pretty scene of the crossing causeway between East Point and Catalina. (Submitted by Linda HIcks)
Scenic Fogo Island. (Submitted by Wendy King)
A lovely sunset over Greenspond. (Submitted by Frank Blackwood)
After digging out the windows and doorway of a senior's cottage, Nina Pelley took this photo - and saw the shape of a face (or a lion's side profile?) in the snow drift. (Submitted by Nina Pelley)
A fabulous March sunset in Long Harbour-Mount Arlington Heights. (Submitted by Bev Bruce)
Stunning sunset over St. John's on March 14. (Submitted by Kim Craig)
These trees in the Lewis Hills area of the west coast look like fascinating snow creatures. Nice shot! (Submitted by Rick Hancock)
A beautiful morning scene in Belleoram, where Merrill Sinner took this photo while having a fresh coffee. She wrote, "Took this with my cell phone no enhancement or anything, pure raw beauty." (Submitted by Merrill Skinner)
Linda Lane sent us this grand photo, with a lovely note: "It is said that the ocean is blue because of the way it absorbs light. If so, it was doing a bit of a twist in Leading Tickles on Sunday, as the water is two different colours as it juts out from this point of land." (Submitted by Linda Lane)
Burgeo, on a beautiful March day. (Submitted by Julie Baggs)
Lots to see along the shoreline in Garnish. (Submitted by Murdock Hiscock)
We're loving the vibrant colours of this photo from Eugene Howell. Taken in Old Perlican, Trinity Bay. (Submitted by Eugene Howell)
Doug Barnes snapped this pic on a small pond near Badger, where the beavers were still sleeping in their lodge. (Submitted by Doug Barnes)
Such a lovely sunset at Lower Amherst Cove, looking out Bonavista Bay. (Submitted by Linda Hicks)
Greg Bolger captured this beautiful scene in Quidi Vidi. He writes, "On a very cold morning in February the harbour was half frozen, providing a nice reflective surface for The Plantation and the surrounding homes behind it." (Submitted by Greg Bolger)
A pretty wintry scene at Rocky River, Whitbourne. (Submitted by Wayne Noseworthy)
Nicky Smith says despite the cold temperatures and a little falling snow, her son enjoyed his very first skate on a pond. She added "the family all joined in for a good old game of hockey." (Submitted by Nicky Smith)
Bev Bruce snapped this beauty from her home in Long Harbour. She wrote, "Gotta love waking up to this. First day of daylight saving time." (Submitted by Bev Bruce)
A grand day for skating and hockey on the outdoor rink in Buchans. The mine in the background closed in 1984. (Submitted by Ralph Hiscock)
A gorgeous sunset at Back Harbour, Twillingate. (Submitted by Roy Blandford)
A striking sunrise on March 10, over Signal Hill. (Submitted by Ian Winter)
Solitude in Little Bay Islands. (Submitted by Michael Parsons)
The colours in this sunrise over Quidi Vidi are stunning! (Submitted by Tina Noseworthy)

Send us a favourite photo!

We always welcome contributions to our gallery. The easiest way? Email directly to us.

The address — — is a dedicated email just for photo submissions.

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

We share photos we receive here, and we might also use them on Here & Now each weeknight during Ashley Brauweiler's weather segments, as well as on our Facebook page, our Twitter feed and on our Instagram account. We always give credit. 

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