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    New parents Josh and Sammi Byrnes of New Gloucester with 2-month-old Maiya on Thomas Pond for July 4.

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    French Bulldog Louis of Portland is thoroughly American on July 4.

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    Five-year-old twins Eva and Caden and 3-year-old Grace Coolidge of New Gloucester on Taylor Pond in Auburn.

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    Henry Grohman, 12, of Biddeford leaps into Webb Lake in Franklin County.

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    Hannah Grohman, 14, of Biddeford sailing on Webb Lake.

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    Four-year-old Wyatt Dambrie of Cumberland kicked off the holiday weekend with downhill biking at Mt. Abrams.

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    Kyle Joyce finds a snake slithering through a field in Waterford, where a 2.1 magnitude earthquake was reported on July 4.

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    Nine-month-old Clementine Muller of South Portland soars through the air with an assist from her grandfather Cameron Brown during a Fourth of July family picnic on the Eastern Prom in Portland.

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    Pam Savage waves a flag – and wears a patriotic mask – during the Ocean Park Fourth of July Rolling Ride-By, a more social distanced version of the association’s usual parade.

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    Ocean Park Subs and Grocery team: Jodi Mercier, Maddie Guy, Gabby Belanger, Kaylee Perron, Jenny and Toby Pydych and T.J. Haigh.

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    The Clark family on Randall Avenue in Ocean Park during the Fourth of July Rolling Ride-By.

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    The Ocean Park Boys a cappella group at the entrance to the village in the town of Old Orchard Beach.

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    Aaron Henry of Scarborough with his sons Theo, 4, and Soren, 2, at Pine Point Fisherman’s Co-Op in Scarborough, where they stopped to skip rocks.

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    Johnny Mulkern, 6, and Benny Mulkern, 3, playing in the Gorham backyard with body wash in the kiddie pool.

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    Nasser and Parivash Rohani of Portland resting on a hike up Hedgehog Mountain Trail in Freeport.

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    High school girlfriends Brenda Cook of Raymond, Cindy Decker of North Yarmouth and Linda Herrick of Topsham on an annual getaway to Hampton Beach.

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    Penny Graham, 10, of Waterville picking strawberries at Full Fork Farm in China.

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    Mike Maddocks and Krysten Godfrey Maddocks of Dover, N.H., take a sunset selfie at Short Sands Beach in York.

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    Sarah Lunt of Cape Elizabeth with her daughter Michaela at Crescent Beach.

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    Janet Newman and her father Michael Newman paddling a canoe at sunrise on Father’s Day at Little Sebago Lake.

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    Chris Haddad of Cape Elizabeth with his son Lucas.

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    Matthew Doyon of Portland with his son Coen and daughter Nadia.

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    Kevin Kavookjian of Portland posing like an artist with irises at Sebec Lake.

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    The Smith family of Casco at the wedding of son Jacob Smith, 22, to Jordan Elizabeth. Back row: Madeline, 12; mother of the groom, Jennifer; Isabella, 10; bride Jordan Elizabeth; groom Jacob; father of the groom, Michael; Brandon, 24; Conner, 17; and front row, Julia, 6; Lillianna, 4; and Wyatt, 8.

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    Orr’s Island fisherman Herman Coombs with his kids Jocelyne and Riley – and a bluefin tuna.

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    Fausto Pifferer and Reuben Bell of Biddeford with their daughter Sophia Bell Pifferer and dogs Rosebud and Miguel.

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    Rich Waitzkin of Portland, an elder wrapped in the colors of Pride, said, “COVID-19 and national and international protests are reminders of lives lost in Vietnam, the early days of the Civil Rights movement and the AIDS epidemic of the 1980s and 1990s.”

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    Gabe Demaine and Wendy Chapkis of Portland. The first Pride parade was a protest.

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    Viva said this Pride is “a balance of finding joy” and learning “about the oppression we’ve toiled within for centuries, and the groundwork our ancestors laid for us is to claim our liberation.”

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    Edd Stockton and Andrew Cooper of Mechanic Falls are celebrating their first Pride month as a married couple.

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    Norah Martone and Davida Newman of Portland mark Pride through visibility and political action.

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    Finn Wilder of Portland said, “Part of my work fighting for the queer community is taking up space in this world, letting my queerness, my work and my queer body be visible and showing others that it’s okay to do so when society tries to shame our very existence and push us into the shadows.”

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    Danielle Arroyo and Phoebe Hunt of Portland.

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    Spencer Jove of South Portland said, “I’m really feeling a loss of community during COVID—that, plus the political state is reminding me that Pride is more than just a party. And I miss all of it.”

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    Cinnamon of Falmouth lets her flag say it all.

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    Roommates Dax Peters and Daniel Boots used quarantine as an opportunity to create their own queer fantasy at home.

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    Daniel Babigian and Fernando Moreno of South Portland pose for a family photo with their daughter River and dog Cardamom.

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    Jazmin Knapp celebrates Pride at Dean’s Sweets with heart and rainbow-decorated chocolates.

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    Biddeford resident Fausto Pifferrer and Reuben Bell with their daughter Sophia Bell Pifferrer and dogs Rosebud and Miguel.

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    Barbara Conner and Sheila Schooler of Biddeford with their granddaughter Karen Stearns.

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    Gigi Gabor and Cherry Lemonade present “Two Queens, One Driveway” in a driveway in Portland.

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    Gabriel Merriam and Abigail Stokes Merriam, 2020 graduates from St. Joseph’s College in Standish, with a degree in nursing for him and a degree in special education for her.

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    Amara Ifeji, a 2020 graduate from Bangor High School, will be studying international affairs and environmental studies at Northeastern University in the fall.

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    Evan Haley, a 2020 graduate from Scarborough High School.

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    Tehillah Gracia Chitam of South Portland, a 2020 graduate from American University with a degree in anthropology.

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    Wakesurfer Abigail Hewes, a 2020 graduate of Fryeburg Academy.

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    Sydney Walsh, a 2020 graduate of Deering High School in Portland.

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    Barrett Reed, a 2020 graduate of Scarborough High School.

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    Olive Carr and her mom Amber Lombardi of Portland planting flowers in window boxes.

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    John Dougherty of Bangor made this garden sculpture to support the theme of his book “Always, Always Lead with Love,” which is about the need to choose love as a response during challenging times.

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    Gemma Howard, 16, Olivia Howard, 19, and Rose Howard, 13, planting seeds for the family business, Olivia’s Garden Greenhouse in New Gloucester.

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    Kaitlyn Cook staying busy painting rocks for her grandmother’s garden in Raymond.

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    Greg Koller, farm manager at Highmoor Farm, a University of Maine Cooperative Extension research facility in Monmouth, paused for a selfie between laying plastic mulch that warms the ground, holds moisture and keeps weeds down.

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    There's plenty of fresh sea air at Casco Bay Community Garden in Portland.

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    Alice McCormack of South Portland and her 10-month-old daughter Helena on their first Mother's Day together.

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    Shikha Vasaiwala of Falmouth celebrating Mother’s Day with her daughters Zeyena and Zahira.

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    Diane Moxcey of Saco gathered outdoors with her daughter Destiny Lucia and sons Dylan Woodhouse and Clayton Arundel.

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    Neither a pandemic nor conflicting work schedules could stop Tricia Grant of Auburn from seeing her grown children and her mother on Mother’s Day, even if it meant meeting for pizza and ice cream in two vehicles between shifts.

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    Cookie Hazard of Old Orchard Beach and her grandson Will Hazard of Cumberland stopping for a Mother’s Day photo one barn door apart at Pineland Farms Sugarhouse, which was just built in 2020 and couldn’t open for Maine Maple Sunday.

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    Elise and Andrew Pfeiffer of Saco planning a mosaic tabletop.

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    Kaitlyn Cook in a fairy garden at Panther Pond in Raymond.

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    With free time on their hands, 7-year-old Laura Connolly and 9-year-old Kevin Connolly of Falmouth investigated what they could do with a leaf blower, a handmade sail and a skateboard.

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    Freeport resident Eliza Goodwin, a senior at Waynflete High School, penned this illustration in gratitude to frontline workers.

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    Devan Libbey of Lewiston before and an early May haircut.

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    And after.

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    Katie Clark of Falmouth took clippers to her overgrown pixie cut and called the result good enough for Zoom.

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    Wesley Stepp of Saco finally got the mohawk he has always wanted.

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    Alex Steed of Knack Factory shows his “great migration” of hair from the first week of isolation to six weeks later, as he trimmed his beard but let his hair and mustache grow.

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    Sean Brissette and Kathryn Wright got engaged in Ireland in 2019 and set a wedding date for June 2020. While they were hopeful at the beginning of the lockdown, it quickly became apparent that they would adjust their expectations and plans. They were married May 1 at Wolfe’s Neck Woods State Park in Freeport, with the bride’s brother officiating. The gathering was attended by 10 people, just their closest family members and the best man, all wearing coordinating face masks.

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    Froggie and Bear are the only visitors to this Buxton home during COVID-19.

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    Lisbon High School student Lynn Feely, 17, who is usually active in unified sports, Special Olympics and Strive, has been illustrating letters to send to dozens of Maine nursing homes.

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    Diana Ward of Windham was gazing at the pink moon when she spied two kitties in an upstairs window doing the same.

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    What’s more comforting than a snoring cat?

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    Kathi McFadden of Prospect Harbor found this weathered wood on a coastal walk and turned it into a succulent planter for her deck.

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    Mike McFadden of Prospect Harbor turned this distinctive piece of driftwood into a lamp that also hangs a potted String of Pearls.

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    Susan Howard of Cumberland was encouraged by the creativity of her 10-year-old neighbor.

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    Artist Suanne Williams-Lindgren of Freeport finds a creative outlet in designing and carving prints out of a rubber-like material called E-Z-Cut. “Just Do It” is a takeoff on the Ten Commandments, shows governmental orders in the time of Covid-19. “Stand Back,” inspired by “The Scream,” shows 6-foot distances marked out.

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    Artist Suanne Williams-Lindgren of Freeport finds a creative outlet in designing and carving prints out of a rubber-like material called E-Z-Cut. “Just Do It” is a takeoff on the Ten Commandments, shows governmental orders in the time of Covid-19. “Stand Back,” inspired by “The Scream,” shows 6-foot distances marked out.

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    Heather Chandler of Portland planted tulip bulbs, irises, phlox, lilies, hastas, Asiatic lilies, chives, a butterfly bush and a hydrangea tree. Garden adornments include beach stones, a Buddha found at a yard sale years ago, a hummingbird from a nature crafts festival and a ceramic fish from the Fish in the Garden series by Maine artist Tyson M. Weiss.

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    Heather Chandler of Portland planted tulip bulbs, irises, phlox, lilies, hastas, Asiatic lilies, chives, a butterfly bush and a hydrangea tree. Garden adornments include beach stones, a Buddha found at a yard sale years ago, a hummingbird from a nature crafts festival and a ceramic fish from the Fish in the Garden series by Maine artist Tyson M. Weiss.

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    Man-made flowers with positive messages in the T Ledge neighborhood of South Portland.

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    A cheerful sign on Route 88 in Falmouth.

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    A colorful note of gratitude on a driveway on Pine Point Road in Scarborough.

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    Linda Morris of Buxton has been picking up small rocks on her two-mile walks, bringing them home to paint them with positive messages, and then sprinkling them around the neighborhood.

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    Painted stone on a tree trunk along Baxter Boulevard.

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    A painted stone planted along Portland's Baxter Boulevard.

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    Painted stone on the trail along Baxter Boulevard.

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    Magnolia blooms in Buxton.

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    Rev. Karen Munson of Topsham titled this photo "Rest in the Light."

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    Peter and Elena Wagner of Freeport stop for a selfie between making a dozen porch visits in Easter bunny suits.

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    Maryann, Mae (with Buttercup), Bob and Hope Carroll of Portland.

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    Volunteers planted thousands of daffodil bulbs across Maine in 2019 so they would bloom in 2020 during the national women's suffrage centennial. These daffodil blooms are at the East End Gazebo in Portland.

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    Ernie, a Shitzu from Scarborough, is way overdue for a trim.

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    Newly adopted cat, Georgia of Saco, gets her first Easter basket in her new home.

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    Sign outside Blue Point Congregational Church in Scarborough.

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    Jim Braddick of Brunswick visited his friend Bumper White in Phippsburg, sharing a couple of beers six feet apart.

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    Bellydance teacher Rosa Noreen of Bright Star World Dance holds instruction online from her home in Portland.

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    Scarborough High School ceramics student Katia Hrycay sculpts a bust of Florence Nightingale, including lace bonnet, in her kitchen.

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    Spring moon over a quiet Morrill’s Corner in Portland.

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    Rory O'Brien and his fiancé Maureen Reed take a selfie on a dock in Rockland, hoping to sail this summer.

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    Eric Ames of Springvale with his best buddy Walt.

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    Tom Flaherty of Falmouth with Kiki, a 3-year-old Morkie.

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    Jane Higgins of Falmouth took this snuggle selfie with her sweet cat Matilda.

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    Kelly Quinn of Sanford posed George in a bit of sunlight with a new mop head.

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    Javon Clark of Old Orchard Beach with her resident coworker Penny, a black lab mix rescue dog from Georgia.

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    Portland native Jake Ives isolates in Baltimore with dog-in-law Oscar.

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    The coworkers in the home office are on break until their next Skype meeting.

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    Liz Smith of South Portland stops for a photo while walking Willard Beach near her home.

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    Cooper Davis, 17, collecting trash and recycling in and near his Scarborough neighborhood.

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    Anne Jordan of South Portland playing tug of war with her granddog Nomar at Higgins Beach in Scarborough.

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    The Bowe-Walton family of the midcoast at Bald Rock at Lincolnville.

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    Stephen MacKinnon of South Portland walking Willard Beach with his Irish bulldog, Moose.

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    Grace, an English springer spaniel, in Irish style at home in Cumberland.

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    Three-year-old twins Foster and Grace Corcoran with big brother Baxter, 5, celebrating St. Patrick’s Day at home in Falmouth.

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