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Capture: Belfast

January 2016

By: Jenifer Harris
Photography: Jenifer Harris

Everyday moments in Maine documented by those who live in and love our state

This image was captured with a Nikon 1 S1.

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Trail Rising

January 2016

By: Sandy Lang
Photography: Peter Frank Edwards

Dust on the water bottle and a bumpy ride. It’s the 85-mile-long down east sunrise trail that skirts through Hancock and Washington counties toward the coast. The sun is famously up early here and slips down late, and sometimes, we see no other travelers for miles.

Pedaling where trains once chugged past on a section of the 85-mile, multi-use trail near Cherryfield. The Down East Sunrise Trail offers off-road passage in all seasons for cyclists, hikers, skiers, and people on snowshoes, horseback, snowmobiles, or ATVs.

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Mount Katahdin

January 2016

By: Kelly Chase
Photography: Peter Frank Edwards

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Capture: The road to Sugarloaf

December 2015

By: Seth Wescott

Everyday moments in Maine documented by those who live in and love our state.

Seth Wescott is a professional snowboarder and two-time Olympic gold medalist. He lives in Carrabasset Valley.

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"Oh My Gosh" corner

December 2015

By: Kelly Chase
Photography: Ritter Bopp

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Flagstaff Stories Afloat

December 2015

By: Sandy Lang
Photography: Peter Frank Edwards

Miles of water. Quirky stories. A submerged history of east villages, and today's eagle nests and crisscrossing trails on land and water. We've made it to Flagstaff Lake.

The view from above on a summer morning: Flagstaff Lake and the Dead River’s water and woods’ expanse. Opposite: A creamy twist cone at Flagstaff General Store, a Stratton stop for ice cream, pizzas, t-shirts, wine, craft beers, and a long wooden table that fills in the morning with coffee drinkers.

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Bailey Island Bridge

November 2015

By: Kelly Chase
Photography: Erin Little

Harpswell Islands Road | Bailey Island


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