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The final days of summer: Enjoy this week's audience gallery

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Ed Breen captured this peaceful moment of the sun rising over Crooked Pond. (Submitted by Ed Breen)

Summer is slowly drawing to a close, but it's not stopping viewers from getting outside and enjoying what's left of the warm weather. 

Kayaking, hiking, sunsets, sunrises and a couple of chance meetings with some animals are featured in this week's audience gallery. 

A calm day on the water near Goose Arm in the Bay of Islands. (Submitted by Bruce Hollett)
Clear skies in Rattling Brook opened up to the Milky Way on Friday. (Submitted by Jenn Hogan)
A sunset silhouette at Wild Cove Pond. (Submitted by Laura Brake)
A warm September sunset over Woods Island in the Bay of Islands. (Submitted by Connie Boland )
Kathleen Taylor captured this dramatic sky over Exploits Islands, Notre Dame Bay. (Submitted by Kathleen Taylor)
This curious fox greeted a walking group in Chamber Cove, St. Lawrence. (Submitted by James D. Spencer)
There may or may not be a pot of gold over the rainbow, but there are definitely some stormy clouds over this one, spotted east of Gander on Saturday. (Submitted by Dwayne Head)
A calm day for a late season paddle at Terrington Basin in Happy Valley-Goose Bay. (Submitted Eileen Morrissey)
Bonnie Lowe captured the final moments of the recreational food fishery season in Shoal Harbour. (Submitted by Bonnie Lowe)
The Water Street pedestrian mall in St. John's was deemed a success by many. Alick Tsui captured this warm scene from one of its final nights. (Submitted by Alick Tsui)
The Long Point Lighthouse trail offered this juvenile bald eagle as a surprise to Peter Winters while hiking near Twillingate. (Submitted by Peter Winters)
Mark Gray, a teacher in Bonavista, caught a magnificent sunrise on the first day back to school. (Submitted by Mark Gray)

Have a photo you'd like to share?  

Here's how to get in touch with us: email It's a dedicated address just for photo submissions.

Here's what we need from you: your name, where 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 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 our Facebook page, our Twitter feed and on our Instagram account. And we always give credit.

Because of the volume of submissions we receive, we may not be able to respond to everyone.