The sky in the sea: this week’s photo gallery

Water reflects off the fire in the sky above Happy Valley-Goose Bay. (Submitted by Angel Rich)

Whether human or beast, everyone tries to make the most of winter in Newfoundland and Labrador, whether it’s snow, rain or a spectacular spectacle of northern Lights.

Check out these photos, then read below to find out how to submit yours for next week’s album!

A spectacular view of the coast at Middle Cove Beach. (Submitted by Connie Boland)

Ernie the Maltese knows that sometimes it’s better to face winter head-on. (Submitted by Ron Webb)

Kasey, 12, from Clarenville, took this photo of Tug Pond this week. (Submitted by Kelly Lee)

Looks like a sudden stop for two-year-old Gheorghe from Island Harbor on Fogo Island. (Submitted by Amanda Stephen)

See if you can figure out how many incredible shades of blue are seen at Cape Race in this photo. (Submitted by Lorraine Winsor)

Quidi Vidi looks seasonally frosty in this photo by Paula Birmingham. (Submitted by Paula Birmingham)

This otter enjoys a fish snack at Bidgood Park in The Goulds. (Submitted by Robyn Lush)

Snow hovers and catches the sunlight over Makkovik Bay. (Submitted by Errol Andersen)

These St. John’s dogwoods almost look like they need to be shaved. (Submitted by Yoland Wiersma)

This seal is considering an early morning swim at Northern Bay Sands. (Submitted by Eugene Howell)

Jared Edmunds took a moment this week to stop and capture this incredible shot of the Northern Lights near Goose Bay. (Submitted by Jared Edmunds)

This first valentine was sent from the Kent’s Pond Trail in St. John’s. (Submitted by Linda Boland)

Have a photo you’d like to share?

Here’s how to contact us: email [email protected] This is an address for Newfoundland and Labrador photo submissions only.

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 appreciate!

We share the photos we receive here, and we may also use them on Here Now every weeknight during Ashley Brauweiler’s weather segments, as well as on our Facebook page, our Twitter feed and on our Instagram account. And we always give credit. Providing a handle for Instagram would be appreciated!

Due to the volume of submissions we receive, we cannot respond to everyone.

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