Where’s your favorite place to watch the night sky?


Reid State Park, photographed by Benjamin Williamson

In our April 2018 issue we’re asking people, “Where is your favorite spot to watch the night sky?” We’ve gotten a few responses so far, but please tell us yours. Thanks for sharing your #mainelife pics with us. Keep ’em coming.

West Quoddy Head, Lubec, is my favorite spot for the night sky. — Photographed by Aaron Newman.

South side on Mohegan — Manus S.

Popham — Ali L.

Eastport — Chris F.

Sand Beach — Judith H.

Banks of the Penobscot River in Stockton Springs — Deb B.


My Yard — Diane V.

Anywhere out on Penobscot Bay — Barbara B.

Pemaquid point and Lakehurst — Beth L.

Flagstaff Lake on the Dead River Township side (Long Falls RT27) 💙💙💙 — Laura C.

Little Long Pond MDI

Little Long Pond MDI. — Julie C.

Curtis Cove, East Blue Hill. — Anna M.

My home in Deer Lodge, Montana. — Victoria C.

Ocean Shore, MDI — Julie Goodblood Clark

Great Basin National Park, if I can’t be on MDI. — Carol D.

Seapoint Beach, or out the picture window in Kittery Point – Meddybemps Lake – Perkins Cove Ogunquit! Love ❤ — Virginia O.

Seawall in Acadia National Park. — Mark H.

Someplace in Phippsburg, Maine

Someplace in Phippsburg, Maine. Photographed by Patrick Fennell.

Out on the dock, Pleasant Lake in Island Falls, particularly the Perseids in August. — Charlotte H.

near Marshall Point

Near Marshall Point — Nina W.

See more and send us your #Mainelife pics!

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