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    The Portland Head Light was a little battered by the storm but no worse for wear. Photo: Russ Lunt

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    Readers’ photos of a sneaky nor’easter - Photo: Linda Morris | of | Share this photo

    The mailboxes must be pretty sturdy up in The County. Photo: Linda Morris

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    Lindsay MacDonald's daughter seems to be enjoying the snowfall in Richmond.

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    Readers’ photos of a sneaky nor’easter - Photo: Kimberly Ellison-Napolitano | of | Share this photo

    The cars were buried in 24 inches of snow in Steep Falls. Photo: Kimberly Ellison-Napolitano

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    Readers’ photos of a sneaky nor’easter - Photo by Elizabeth Chewning Benz | of | Share this photo

    Elizabeth Chewning Benz says Deering Oaks is waiting for summer.

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    Yes, John Lowry, you have some work to do.

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    Tanya McPhee Gagne and her dog are making the best of all the snow on a bluebird powder day.

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    Charlene McGraw had about 2 feet of snow in her backyard this morning.

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    Readers’ photos of a sneaky nor’easter - Photo by Lisa Blackstone Parsons | of | Share this photo

    Lisa Blackstone Parsons caught a typical winter scene in North Yarmouth.

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    Kristin Zecchinelli caught some shrubs that look like huge snowflakes.

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    Readers’ photos of a sneaky nor’easter - Jill Brady/Staff Photographer | of | Share this photo

    Residents along Paul Street in South Berwick work to clear away the 5 to 6 inches of heavy, wet snow that fell overnight.

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    Readers’ photos of a sneaky nor’easter - Michele McDonald/Photo Editor | of | Share this photo

    John Shields, visiting from Boston, digs out on State Street in Portland.

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    Readers’ photos of a sneaky nor’easter - Photo by Andrew Harris | of | Share this photo

    Andrew Harris saw trees painted in snow in Freeport off Hunter Road.

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    Readers’ photos of a sneaky nor’easter - Photo by Kate Simmons | of | Share this photo

    A dog in Limerick enjoys the deep snow.

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    An unbroken field of snow sits behind these homes in Saco. Picture by Katelyn Frankie.

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    Tara Finlay caught this quintessential Maine scene.

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    Readers’ photos of a sneaky nor’easter - Contributed photo by Jenn Yerxa Fontin | of | Share this photo

    Jenn Yerxa Fontin caught a glorious sunrise in Denmark.

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    Readers’ photos of a sneaky nor’easter - Photo by Catherine Drummond | of | Share this photo

    Awwwwwwwwwwww. Catherine Drummond's dog doesn't mind the snow one bit.

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    Readers’ photos of a sneaky nor’easter - Melissa Burtt Libby' | of | Share this photo

    Melissa Burtt Libby's horse seemed to enjoy the snow in Durham.

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    Readers’ photos of a sneaky nor’easter - Photo by Sue Sturgis | of | Share this photo

    Sue Sturgis spotted plenty of work to be done on the sidewalk near Portland's Back Cove.

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    Readers’ photos of a sneaky nor’easter - Photo by Matt Garand | of | Share this photo

    Matt Garand is living on a boat in South Portland, which should make the shoveling easier.

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    Readers’ photos of a sneaky nor’easter - Photo by Crystal Sullivan Fuller | of | Share this photo

    Crystal Sullivan Fuller of Manchester caught a quintessential Maine scene.

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    Readers’ photos of a sneaky nor’easter - Photo by Jason Bisbing | of | Share this photo

    Jason Bisbing of Gorham caught this shot of Queens Road in Gorham.

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    M.J. Benson has as Mainey a scene as possible going on here.

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    Beth Kimberly Wing of Lewiston's swingset won't be in use anytime soon.

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    Jean Turner McQuaid captured both a sunrise and the snow in Scarborough.

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    Daisy Duke Patrick didn't mind the snow as much as her owner, Jim Patrick of Portland.

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    Heather Noble Levesque knows the way to our heart is dog pics.

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    Kelli Burnham Turner's daughter didn't mind the snow.

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    Randy Cathcart of Westbrook had a nice coating on the trees.

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    The snow made for lovely scenes in Harpswell Friday morning but knocked out power to more than 1,700 Central Maine Power customers. This view of surrounding oak trees and a farm in the distance is seen from the deck of a home on Harpswell Neck Road.

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    Harpswell looks lovely as always this morning.

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    Readers’ photos of a sneaky nor’easter - Karen Beaudoin/Online Editor | of | Share this photo

    Birds will have to wait for warmer temperatures – or a kind homeowner – before they'll have access to this feeder on Allen Avenue in Portland. Photo by Karen Beaudoin/Online Editor

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