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    Our Lady of Victories, The Portland Sailors and Soldiers Monument, in Portland catches the afternoon sun. Jeffrey Blackwell/Online Content Producer

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    The glass ribbon of windows at the Hyatt Place Hotel on Fore Street draws the eye up the face of the recently-renovated building. Jeffrey Blackwell/Online Content Producer

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    The remnants of bills and posters turn a Portland lamp post into a collage of past events in the city. Jeffrey Blackwell/Online Content Producer

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    The Portland Observatory, built in 1807, still stands watch over Munjoy Hill. Jeffrey Blackwell/Online Content Producer

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    A blue sky opens up above the buildings of Exchange Street. Jeffrey Blackwell/Online Content Producer

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    Portland is fortunate to have a collection of antique buildings still fitted with metalwork fire escapes, such as this one above the sidewalk along Milk Street. Jeffrey Blackwell/Online Content Producer

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    A trio of light sculptures right above Fore Street near the Portland Regency Hotel and Spa. Jeffrey Blackwell/Online Content Producer

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    Glass and architectural features of the Hyatt Place Hotel on Fore Street, bend and reflect rays of a setting Portland sun. Jeffrey Blackwell/Online Content Producer

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    The urban sculpture called "Portland Rattles" catch the sun on Congress Street. The pieces were created by artist Charlie Hewitt. Jeffrey Blackwell/Online Content Producer

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    Portland City Hall towers over Congress Street. Jeffrey Blackwell/Online Content Producer

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    Afternoon sun outlines the triangle shape of 26 City Center in Portland. Jeffrey Blackwell/Online Content Producer

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    Our Lady of Victories,The Portland Sailors and Soldiers Monument, in Portland surrounded by downtown buildings. Jeffrey Blackwell/Online Content Producer

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    Looking to the sky from under an emergency fire box at the corner of Commercial and Moulton streets. Jeffrey Blackwell/Online Content Producer

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    Portland is fortunate to have a collection of antique buildings still fitted with metalwork fire escapes, such as this one above the sidewalk along Milk Street. Jeffrey Blackwell/Online Content Producer

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    The H.H. Hay building at the junction of Middle and Free streets was built in 1890. Jeffrey Blackwell/Online Content Producer

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    The old copper beech tree at the Portland Museum of Art is ready to bud this spring. Jeffrey Blackwell/Online Content Producer

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    A budding tree casts a long shadow across the marquee of the Nickelodeon Cinema on Temple Street in Portland. Jeffrey Blackwell/Online Content Producer

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