Picture perfect: Here are 100 of our favourite audience photos of 2022
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The sun is setting on 2022, so we're looking back at some of our favourite photos from you.
We received thousands of photo submissions over the course of the past year. We love seeing all of your submissions, and we know you love seeing them too.
So when it comes to picking the selections for our end of the year gallery, what goes into it? Sometimes it's the pops of colour or lighting or composition. A lot of the time, it's a photo that sticks out and made us say 'Wow!'
So sit back and relax, maybe with a hot beverage, and take a look at the images that resonated with us over the past year. We can't wait to continue our galleries in 2023 and see what you have to offer.
Have a photo you'd like to share?
Here's how to get in touch with us: email firstname.lastname@example.org. It's a dedicated address just for photo submissions from across Newfoundland and Labrador.
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 the 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. And we always give credit. Providing a handle for Instagram would be appreciated!
Because of the volume of submissions we receive, we cannot respond to everyone.
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