Community Photo Submissions

If you have photos, stories, tips or tidbits to share we always welcome your submissions to the print edition of Giv’er Miramichi. Send submissions to . For photos please send high resolution jpg’s (not resized for email) and remember to include your name for the photo credit and the location where the photo was taken or description of the subject matter. Click to enlarge the photos below that appeared in our most recent issue.

We published some gorgeous photo submissions from our readers in the September issue of Giv’er Miramichi! But we didn’t publish even more great photos! There were just too many to print! So we created some individual photo galleries of our readers submissions so you can enjoy all their great images! If photography is your passion or hobby and you’ve got some great shots that you’d like to see in print, you can submit your photos to the magazine by email at .

Carla Gunn grew up in Boom Road, NB. She credits her childhood in rural Miramichi for her fierce attachment to the New Brunswick landscape, and for her ongoing fascination with the natural world, the themes of which are reflected in her writing and photography. She currently resides in Fredericton with her husband, sons and four furry companions. In between protracted sessions of trying to convince her dogs that she is a stable pack leader, Carla teaches psychology, works on fiction projects and takes hordes of photos. Click to enlarge any of Carla’s photos below and to view her complete photo gallery, click here.

Linda Ross Sweeney lives in Nelson, has been married for 45 years and is a mom to four wonderful children and grandchildren. She loves cake decorating, knitting for her grandchildren, and photography as a hobby. In her photo submissions to Giv’er she has captured some of the beauty in her backyard and in Miramichi. Click to enlarge the images below and visit the Mighty Miramichi Photo Gallery to view more of her pictures.

“Photography is my passion,” says 17 year old Maria Williston of Blackville. “I have been taking pictures since I was young, about eight years old, always travelling around with a disposable camera.” Her favourite thing to photograph is nature; usually flowers and animals, as can be seen from the photos here. Maria loves to travel and experience new things because as she says, “You never know what you’re going to find. Every time I go on a trip I bring along my camera in hopes of getting new photographs.”  Click to enlarge any of Maria’s photos below or click here to view her complete photo gallery.

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