View of the Week

Life Imitating Art

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Waning evening light distills Mount Washington and its surroundings into a series of layered shapes reminiscent of a Georgia O’Keefe painting.

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Purple Haze

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In the placid water between retreating sheets of ice on Casco’s Pleasant Lake, Canadian geese honk tête-à-tête.

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Shades of Gray

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“It looks like the sky fell into the water,” my son said on a recent walk, picking up on the poetry in a colorless seascape. In this image, taken from Two Lights State Park in Cape Elizabeth, a pocket of sunshine brings welcome levity to the scene.

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Hope Springs

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“Narcissus — such a lover of itself, it overcomes the cold grip of winter in the warm early spring sun, giving us hope of milder days ahead.”

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Blushing Beauty

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Steven Perlmutter captured the early morning sky over South Portland’s Willard Beach in a riot of lupine shades; the feeble glow from a lone streetlight keeps the scene from feeling cloying.

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The Long Winter

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March storms may not be for everyone, but can we all agree that sunrises look exquisite on white?

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Black and White and Red All Over

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In honor of the daylight saving switch this weekend, we present one of the sun’s final late-afternoon warming attempts, captured by ordieman02 near Wolfe’s Neck Farm in Freeport.

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Sunshine in a Pocket

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After blizzards and ironclad gray days, a beacon of hope emerges on Deer Isle.

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Stuck Between a Yurt and a Parking Place

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“Living off the grid in a yurt has its challenges, especially in winter. After our recent blizzard, it was especially challenging walking the ¼ mile from our yurt to our car. Luckily, here on North Haven, we have great neighbors who cleared our trail, making the walk much easier.”

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Undercover Icon

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Can you name this famous lighthouse? With its red-roofed keeper’s quarters and rocky environs out of view, the tower is not so easy to place. Kudos alpha-omega.photography for portraying one of the state’s most photographed landmarks in a new, well, you know.

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