The granite dam on Collyer Brook at Mayhall Mills in Gray.
Sunrise in North Bridgton
Sunrise and early morning fog over Long Lake in North Bridgton from Hawk Mtn. Early October.
The Milky Way from Boothbay Harbor
Taken on the most astonishing and clear evening I have experienced here in Boothbay Harbor. A stargazer’s telescope would have revealed countless stars within...
Royal River in Yarmouth
High water at the waterfalls across from Grist Mii park in Yarmouth.
Sun Rise on Wilson Lake, Wilton. Me.
By: Jim Knox
Grover and Aric
I found this unusual rock formation while hiking to the top of Pemetic mountain. Resembles the Sesame Street character, Grover.
Full Bloom Sunrise
Tree in full bloom at sunrise on the coast of South Portland (April 30, 2017)
Sunset in our backyard with the Cutler towers in the back ground
By: Alice Randall Hundley
West Quoddy trail
West Quoddy trail … absolutely beautiful
Lobsterman’s Dream, Mother’s Nightmare
The morning hours at the pier in Bar Harbor finds a lobsterman heading off across Frenchman’s Bay to work his dream job, but his...
By: Nelson Jewell
This fishing shack is located on the pier in Port Clyde. It was locked up so I had to shoot this image through a...
A lone boat moored off Spring Point in South Portland on April 4, 2017
By: Ed Fletcher
Watching the Sunset
Watching a foggy sunset at Kettle Cove in Cape Elizabeth on April 18, 2017.
Goldfinch in the tree
Little guy hanging out in the apple tree. Great sign of spring
By: Doug Gaudette
Purplefinch at the feeder
Purple finch at the bird feeder. Got to love spring.
Penobscot Narrows Bridge
Penobscot Narrows Bridge in the fog.
Bird Bath on a Rainy Spring Day
Another day of April showers in South Portland (April 26, 2017)
Canton Lake lighthouse
Who knew that Canton had its own lighthouse? It doesn’t really serve as a lighthouse, but it is an unofficial symbol of the town.
The rumble of Rumford Falls
Sometimes I’ll drive by Rumford falls and it will be completely dried up. Not THIS day!
Ice going out on Lake Mooselookmeguntic
The ice is going out on Lake Mooselookmeguntic, but there’s still a lot to go! Photo taken from the Height of Lane in Rangeley...
New Portland’s Wire Bridge
All the ice is gone from the Carrabassett River in New Portland, and the river is flowing beautifully beneath the historic Wire Bridge. Photo...
Things are greening up at the Robbins Hill Scenic Overlook on Route 201 in Solon. The view is beautiful from here at any time...
Driving through Pineland in New Gloucester, I discovered a lovely glad of daffodils beneath a canopy of pines. Spring is definitely here!
Dawns great colors!
It’s Dawns early light!…Wilton.
Blooming Tree in South Portland
My favorite tree started to bloom today (April 25, 2017)
Penobscot Narrows Bridge on a late afternoon in winter.
By: Jon R. Jewett
Sunset on Pemaquid
Great twilight time at Pemaquid, as the suns setting rays hit the bell tower and oil house. It as though they never get tired...
Flying Kites at Bug Light
Flying kites at Bug Light Park on a sunny spring day (April 23, 2017)
Fiddlehead Season Will Soon Be Here!
The first week of May id approaching, and for Maine men of a certain age their thoughts turn to fiddleheads. The soft ostrich fern...
By: Rene Dechaine
Mary E. Comes Home
On a brilliant Sunday morning, I ventured to Doubling Point Lighthouse to catch the return of the oldest known wooden ship built in Bath,...
Mount desert Island
By: Robert D
Stonington at Dawn
On the Narraguagus River
Portland through the Looking Glass
Looking at the Old Port through the binoculars at Thomas Knight Park by the Casco Bay Bridge in South Portland (December 27, 2016)
Footprints on the Bottom of Casco Bay
Footprints under the Casco Bay Bridge (December 27, 2016)
Gulls at Pemaquid Point
Seagulls flying by Pemaquid Point Lighthouse (August 2, 2015)
Smalls to the Wall 2017
A kayaker makes his way down over Smalls Falls during the Smalls to the Wall kayak race.
Different phases of sunset at our house in Cutler, we Love living here!
A seagull is perched atop the lobster traps on Cape Porpoise pier, enjoying the beautiful scenery along with the rest of us
By: bob dennis