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Your P.E.I.: Low-key summer livin'

This week may have seen weather that was less than optimal for summer fun, but the rain does help the crops grow, and keeps the Island lush.

Rainy weather doesn't put a damper on your photos of the Island

This butterfly found the lilacs in Amanda MacArthur's backyard in Birch Hill, P.E.I. (Submitted by Amanda MacArthur)

This week may have seen weather that was less than optimal for summer fun, but the rain does help the crops grow, and keeps the Island lush.

The wet weather hasn't put a damper on your photo taking either. Here are some of the photos we've received from you this week.

Roberta Smith captured this 'traffic jam' on landing day in St. Peters Bay. (Submitted by Roberta Smith)
Janine Gallant captured this photo of a butterfly landing on a daisy. (Submitted by Janine Gallant)
Andy Glydon captured this 'perfect Island view' in Rice Point, P.E.I. (Submitted by Andy Glydon)
This raccoon was caught in the act stealing corn cobs. (Submitted by Brian Adams)
'Mother duck isn’t too upset by us golfing near her brood,' wrote Kathleen Ferris. She took this photo at Andersons Creek Golf Club in Stanley Bridge. (Submitted by Kathleen Ferris)
This siege of herons was hanging out in Covehead Bay. (Submitted by Pamela Edwards Iafrate)
Rhonda Diamond snapped these piping plovers along the shore. (Submitted by Rhonda Diamond)
Adam Stewart captured this view off Mt. Tom Road in New Glasgow, P.E.I. (Submitted by Adam Stewart)
This view of Thunder Cove from above was snapped by Julia Lecky McHugh. (Submitted by Julia Lecky McHugh)
Marsha Empson had this section of Canoe Cove all to herself. (Submitted by Marsha Empson)
Ron Ross captured this beautiful Point Prim sunset. (Submitted by Ron Ross)
A stunning sunset at at O'Keefe Lake, as captured by Chelsea McGrath. (Submitted by Chelsea McGrath)

Are you snapping shots of the Island, too? Send us your photos of adorable wildlife, beautiful scenery and stunning sunsets through a direct message on the CBC Prince Edward Island Facebook page, tag us on Instagram @CBCPEI, tweet us @CBCPEI or submit to Compass Photo of the Day.

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