It’s been a great winter for photography so far. Between the sea smoke and supermoons, colorful skies and snowstorms, we’ve had ample opportunities to make some unique images.
Portland photographer Greta Rybus ferried to North Haven to shoot contributor Laura Serino and her family for our March cover.
For the third year, we asked you to send us the photos that exemplify your personal vision of the Pine Tree State — and the volume of your response continues to wow us.
The creativity and passion of Mainers and visitors from all corners of the state capture the essence of every day #Mainelife. See a collection of some favorite Maine views we saw today.
The creativity and passion of Mainers and visitors from all corners of the state, capture the essence of every day #Mainelife. See a collection of some of today’s favorite Maine views.
Once again, we asked this year for you to send us the photos that best represent your personal vision of Maine — and, man, did you ever respond.
There’s a trace of the sacred in it — in the light, in the title — plus a hint of the absurd, the faintest whiff of the freewheeling nature of that day at sea.
There are photos that present the buoyancy of that day, but this one captured something else.
George French delivered 20 years worth of stirring images, mostly black-and-white, of pastoral landscapes, but he was also a devoted chronicler of working people.
The features, photos, and projects we were most proud of this year — plus a few non–Down East pieces that had us tipping our hats.
The shot is all feel-good goofy nostalgia — one part Norman Rockwell, one part Yankee wit.
More than a century later Joanna Colcord’s classic shot of her dad still has more bite than any other image from Maine’s nautical history.