Photo Library

Morning Meditation

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Heavy fog over Brettuns Pond in Livermore and a photographer’s keen eye focus your attention on the artful geometry of a dock, its surface littered, one suspects, with the detritus (A child’s imaginings? A dog’s stick?) of a summer day well spent. Submitted by: Ted Anderson. Upload your #mainehomelife photos here for a chance to […]

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OOB Optics

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The pilings of the Old Orchard Beach pier create a kind of prism, dividing and dispersing the sunrise. Submitted by Steven Perlmutter. Upload your #mainehomelife photos here!

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Perkins’ Perch

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Can you see the house for the trees? Earle Perkins purchased this lofty Phippsburg home — thoughtfully designed to defer to the landscape — around 1940 and it remains in his family. Submitted by: Bruce Stebbins (no relation!); upload your #mainehomelife photos here.  

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Gooden’s Kingdom

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Perched on Isle Au Haut’s Head Harbor, this 1911 Queen Anne-style home was formerly owned by Gooden Grant, a lobsterman whose prosperous career spanned more than 75 years. A larger than life figure with a taste for bootlegged whiskey, Grant was the impetus for the house’s inclusion in the National Register of Historic Places in […]

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Good As Gold

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Anie Langmaid’s photo radiates so much warmth — don’t you wish you could step in past the Queen Anne’s lace and bask on those rocks? This shot currently has 12 votes in our Maine Homes Reader Photo Contest. Click here to vote for it and other favorites and submit your own pics for a chance […]

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The Life Aquatic

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Who needs a dock when your front steps descend directly into Clearwater Pond? Vote for this and other Maine dream homes in our reader photo contest, and submit your own pics for a chance to win $250, publication in Down East magazine, and more! Photo submitted by Hunter Hargrave.

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Bright Spot

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A house the color the day’s catch pops against a steely backdrop in Southport. Captured by Sue Kenney, this image is currently in ninth place in our Maine Homes Reader Photo Contest.

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Blue Heaven

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Ed Fletcher captured May’s “Flower Moon” blazing over Pine Point in Scarborough. Native Americans kept track of the seasons by giving names to each recurring full moon; this beauty was also known as the Corn Planting Moon and the Milk Moon.

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The Remains of the Day

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A streak of orange light smolders like an ember in a fading fire beyond Bailey Island in Harpswell.

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Mauve Morning

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Reflections of clouds, pines, and camouflaged houses form an abstract painting on the mist-shrouded surface of a Naples lake. Vote for this and other Maine dream homes, and submit your own, for a chance to win $250, publication in Down East magazine, and more in our photo contest. Click here to vote/enter: Contest entry: Village by […]

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