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Breakwater Walks

photography by Jim Dugan The Rockland Breakwater is an amazing place for an evening walk.

Pilings, Fog, Wake

photos by Jim Dugan I take morning walks with my camera. One foggy morning, I shot these pilings for like the thousandth time. And then thought: This will be even better when the sun tries to poke through. So I went and got a bagel and coffee and came back and waited. The sun came […]

Leaf Peeping

photography by Jim Dugan Rockland photographer Jim Dugan drove north a couple Sundays ago, chasing peak fall color.

Shagadelic

photo by Jim Dugan I was out for a sunrise walk in Rockland. The water was glassy, reflecting just the right mixture of clouds and sky. Then a lobster boat went by, throwing up a perfect wake. As I was photographing, a cormorant (locally called “shag”) surfaced.

Rockland Sunrises

photos by Jim Dugan

Roller Derby Huddle

photo by Jim Dugan Rockland photographer Jim Dugan was covering the Rock Coast Rollers’ Coastal Chaos roller derby tournament in Rockport last week. He was returning to the building when he saw this scene: the Rock Coast team huddling before a game. “My favorite derby photo so far, with no skates, outside in natural light. […]

American Crow

photo by Brian Willson

Kenduskeag Stream Race: 50th Anniversary

photos by Jim Dugan The Kenduskeag Stream Canoe Race is a spring tradition in Bangor, with most of the action happening at Six Miles Falls. Jim Dugan had a front-row seat for the best of the whitewater on a gorgeous Saturday. See more of his Kenduskeag pictures here.

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