A young mariachi band.
If you’re really proud of your Halloween costume this year or you think your kid will be the cutest in the neighborhood, then share your photos for all to see on suffolktimes.com.
Several of our staff’s favorite photos will appear on the cover of the community section in the Nov. 7 issue of The Suffolk Times.
There are three different ways you can submit photos:
• Click the blue “upload tab” at the top of the gallery below.
• Or hashtag your photos #northforker when you post them on Twitter and Instagram.
• Or email your photos to [email protected] or [email protected].
LINDSAY REIMER PHOTO | A storm whips across Long Island Sound Monday night at Town Beach in Southold.
Suffolk Times reader Lindsay Riemer captured images of last night’s quick moving storm that swept across the area before leaving behind a beautiful sunset. Ms. Reimer’s images were shot at Town Beach in Southold.
LINDSAY RIEMER PHOTO | A sunset Monday night at Town Beach in Southold.
WENDY ZUHOSKI PHOTO | Suffolk Times reader Wendy Zuhoski submitted five shots of a sunrise she captured last week in New Suffolk.
We thought it might be a good time to stop what you’re doing and enjoy some New Suffolk sunrise photos submitted to The Suffolk Times by reader Wendy Zuhoski.
WENDY ZUHOSKI PHOTO | Eleven seals could be spotted resting on a rock in the water in Cutchoue, not far from a sea gull
Suffolk Times reader Wendy Zuhoski captured frozen beauty along the Cutchogue waterfront last week, including several photos that show a group of seals resting on a rock in the water near the old Santorini Beacomber Resort.
Check out Wendy’s scenic photos above and upload your beautiful waterfront photos to our gallery.
WILL BURKHARD PHOTO | The Venus transit is a once-in-a-lifetime event that won't happen again until 2117.
Did you miss the Venus transit Tuesday?
Reader Will Burkard was at Reeves Beach when he caught the once-in-a-lifetime celestial event with his telescope.
The Venus transit occurs when Venus, the second planet from the Sun and the Earth’s neighbor, crosses the Sun’s face. The rare event will not happen again until 2117.
MIKE McLAUGHLIN PHOTO | Iron Pier beach during Saturday evening's wind storm.
Reader Mike McLaughlin captured the eerie beauty of dark clouds over Iron Pier Beach in Jamesport just before sunset Saturday, during a period of extremely high winds and changing skies.
If you have a photo you’d like considered for publication on our website, email web editor Grant Parpan at [email protected].
Wendy’s Deli owner Wendy Zuhoski shared a few photos from a sunrise over New Suffolk last week. We thought the scenic beauty captured in each frame would make for a nice start to the new week.