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Here are some great photos we've received from area photographers. Click on a thumbnail in a photographer's gallery to start a slideshow.

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This beautiful panorama was taken by Engineer Kenneth Goslin of the Lincoln Fire Department from 100 feet in the air on Ladder 1!

Lisa Plourde photographed this majestic bald eagle over Cold Stream Pond on March 31, 2012.

We've recently received some lovely photographs from Suzanne Belanger of Carroll Plantation, who is studying at New York Institute of Photography. She and her husband, John, love to take photos both at home in Carroll and in their travels. Thanks for sharing, Suzanne! 

This one is amazing! We're not sure what our cat, Ebenezer Scrooge, would think of a baby chick.

A goldfinch

The moon rising in Springfield, headed east on Route 6.

Early morning mist rising from surrounding lakes near Topsfield.

Taken from an abandoned field on Danforth Road in Carroll Plantation.

Lee, Maine in April 2012

CLICK HERE for more from John and Suzanne.

John, who lives in Wind Gap, PA, has a house in Webster Plantation. He loves the town of Lincoln. John says, "If I ever get the chance, Im moving up there." We hope you can achieve your dream, John! Thanks for this nice photo of a typical back road in these parts.

Memorial Day by Tara Cross

"To me the one blessing I hold dear are our vets who passed, from service or eventually old age. They have made us proud, giving us freedom and an education of the past. I do honor those who still serve. But when I drove by the grave yard and saw all the flags a rush of emotions swept through me - sadness that they are gone, proud for their service, blessed to see how many did do service and just a sense of how lucky we are because of them. So I pulled over and took this.

Thank you to all who have given something to those of us still here. I will never forget and I bet no one else does. Hope you like the picture." 

- Tara Cross

Mark Engell

Mark Engell sent us these nice photos of some local wildlife, a red admiral butterfly and a rose-breasted grosbeak.


Bozena Rudzinska

Mike Libby

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