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Maine Art Photos
Date: 11/20/2014 Album ID: 1199403
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Scenic Maine photographs make great gifts or artwork for your home or office.
Doug Jones/Staff Photographer, Monday, September 15, 2008: Looks like a full moon, in this view from Back Bay of the city skyline of Munjoy Hill's,  Portland Observatory.
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STAFF PHOTO BY JACK MILTON, Wednesday, November 28, 2001: A snowy owl perches on an old pole in a marshy area along Portland's Back Cove. The owls feed on ducks, other birds, and small mammals Young owls are frequently seen in Maine during fall and winter months, south of their usual range in the Arctic and southern Canada.
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Tuesday, July 31, 2012..Hog Island Camp, a famous Audubon classroom site on the mid-Maine coast, is being rebuilding it's Audubon programs with the help of volunteers.  Kayaks await paddlers outside a boathouse at Kieve Landing.
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Staff Photo by Gordon Chibroski, Wednesday, January 19, 2005: Sea fog makes its usual dramatic appearance when temperatures drop below zero as shown here at Falmouth Town Landing. A lobster boat sits on mooring awaiting winter harvesting of lobsters but warmer weather could entice the owner to follow through.
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Old lobster buoys hang from a fisherman's dock muted by the colors of winter in Lowell Cove on Orr's Island.  Photo taken January 23, 2007.
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Gordon Chibroski / Staff Photographer.  Friday, July 27, 2012.  Bagheera, a cruise schooner from Portland Schooner Company on the State Pier cruises off Peaks Island framed by island trees as Portland and Fort Gorges are off a distance in the background.
     In her more than 80 years of cruising the world's oceans, Bagheera has crossed the Atlantic, cruised areas of the Pacific, including the Galapagos, and spent many years in the Caribbean Sea. In the 1980s, Bagheera was fitted out in San Diego for the passenger trade. She was transported back home to Maine in the spring of 2002 to serve Portland Schooner Company
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Jill Brady/Staff Photographer:
Fireworks at Eastern Prom in Portland Thursday, July 5, 2012.
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STAFF PHOTO BY GREGORY REC -- Saturday, January, 1, 2000 - People watch the first sunrise of the millennium Saturday morning at West Quoddy Head in Lubec, the easternmost point of the United States.
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Tuesday, July 31, 2012..Hog Island Camp, a famous Audubon classroom site on the mid-Maine coast, is being rebuilding it's Audubon programs with the help of volunteers.  An Osprey keeps a close eye on passersby as she soars above her nest on the island.
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STAFF PHOTO BY Shawn Patrick Ouellette, Friday, August 5, 2005:Lobsters are one of the main attractions at The Maine Lobster Festival being held in Rockland this weekend.
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Staff Photo by Fred J. Field, Monday, September 15, 2003: Bear Island Light on Bear Island in the Cranberry Isles provides the foreground to Cadillac Mountain in Acadia National Park.  Residents of the Cranberry Isles are pleased with a new transportation link to the mainland.  With Tux
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Staff Photo by Gordon Chibroski, Thursday, October 24, 2002: Annarosa Whitman, 5 years old, gives the big L.L. Bean boot a pat as she and her mom, Betsy Whitman, both regular customers, leave the popular store in Freeport with more merchandise. About 500 employees over 55 years old are about to be given the chance for an early retirement with enticing retirement packages to reduce the excess staff needed at the outdoors conected supply company.
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Staff photo by Gregory Rec -- Thursday, May 25, 2006 -- The three hills forming the west side of Somes Sound are from right, Acadia Mountain, St. Sauveur Mountain and Flying Mountain.
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Staff Photo by John Ewing, Thursday, November 3, 2005: Sebasco harbormaster Doug Alexander washes down his lobster boat after offloading his traps for the season at Hunt's wharf.   Alexander is one of 17 local lobstermen who utilize Edward Hunt's pier for their work.
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STAFF PHOTO BY GORDON CHIBROSKI -- Friday, November 26, 1999 -- Shoppers line the sidewalk along Fore St. in the Old Port as rain dampens the activies on Black Friday. Black Friday is the day retailers, because of the large volume of money spent, can come out of the red and into the black for the year. It is considered the day of the year that the most money is spent on shopping.
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STAFF PHOTO BY HERB SWANSON -- Sunday, November 28, 1999 -- Cape Neddick Lighthouse at Nubble Light in York is illuminated by Christmas lights as the sun sets on Sunday evening. The lighthouse was first decorated with lights in 1980.
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Staff photo by Gregory Rec -- Tuesday, November 30, 2004 -- Stacks of lobster traps fill the wharf and most other open spaces around it on Monhegan Island on Tuesday. Island Lobstermen did not end up putting their traps in the water until Friday because of harsh weather.
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Staff Photo by Doug Jones, Monday, July 17, 2006: Floatsam and jetsam are memorialized at stinky beach so named because everything washes ashore there at the head of Boat Cove on Cliff Island.
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