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Marie-Reine and Roger Hebert snapped a photo of this wintry scene in Saint-Louis-de-Kent N.B.
Lobster fisherman Travis Carroll captured this magnificent shot of the sunrise on the water just off of Grand Manan, N.B. (Travis Carroll)
The Seal Island church is seen in this photo. (Michael Hopkins)
Ann, Lilly and Alice are getting into the Christmas spirit. (Nichole Nodwell)
Fishing boats are seen at the Western Head Wharf on Cape Sable Island N.S. (Jeff Ross)
Sunset at the Dune de Bouctouche in New Brunswick. (Fred Collette)
Rob Thom snapped this photo of a rolling cloud in Saint John.
Wendy Gallant snapped this photo of a hawk sitting in her driveway in Harbourville, N.S.
The town of North Rustico, P.E.I. is reflected in the harbour. (Sandy Bentley)
The sun rises on Nova Scotia's Brier Island. (Shelley Lonergan)
Marleigh Leaman snapped this photo of a bobcat outside her window in Hammonds Plains, N.S.
It was a beautiful and frosty start to the day in Pokiok, New Brunswick. (Sandra Gorman)
A surfer takes advantage of the tidal bore in Moncton on Nov. 5, 2017. (Shawn Cormier)
"He is so cute and it reminds me that winter is nearly upon us." Alexander Meredith snapped this photo on Purcells Cove Road in Halifax.
Betty Meredith snapped this photo of Friday morning's sunrise in Mahone Bay, N.S.
Warren Messervey of Sampsonville, N.S. snapped this photo 300 miles north of the Arctic Circle at Mary River on Baffin Island.
Horses Ginger and Maverick enjoy a beautiful fall day at the Ross Farm Museum in New Ross, N.S. (Karen Cook Fine Art Photography)
The Western Head Lighthouse is seen at sunrise in this stunning photo. (Colin Machaffie)
Hanna Leaman snapped this beautiful picture of a "marshmallow sky" over her home in Colpitts Settlement, N.B.
These avid swimmers from Abrams River N.S. started swimming in early May and were still in the water on Thanksgiving Day. (Joyce Leblanc/Abrams River N.S.)