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30 Photos Of Maine That Will Make You Want To Move There

Wow! Get ready to fall madly in love with The Pine Tree State.

Ian Douglass

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1. In Maine, every sunrise is a special occasion

Photos of Maine

Source: Flickr user Dana Moos

Southwest Harbor, Maine Sunrise

2. And all of its residents position themselves for a good look at it

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Source: Flickr user U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Northeast Region

A group of puffins at Maine Coastal Islands National Wildlife Refuge

3. You can’t help but marvel at Maine

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Source: Flickr user Adam Matthew Van Kampen

Bass Harbor Head Light House on Mount Desert Island, Maine

4. Because the easternmost state in the U.S.A.

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Source: Flickr user lee

5. Just happens to be its most beautiful

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Source: Flickr user cloud2013

Sunset in Lubec, Maine

6. No matter where you are in Maine

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Sunrise in Kennebunkport, Maine

7. The view is stunning

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Source: Flickr user jerm1386

8. And the color variations are impressive

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Source: Flickr user greg westfall

Sunrise in Kennebunkport, Maine

9. Even from where the weeds are standing

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Source: Flickr user Rich Bard

Pickerel Weed Sunrise

10. The sky in Maine really knows how to show off

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Source: Flickr user Kim Carpenter

Sunrise-Machias, Maine

11. From the waterfront in the summer

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Source: Flickr user Kim Carpenter

Eastport, Maine

12. To the forests in the fall

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Source: Flickr user Dana Moos

Autumn Foliage in Acadia National Park

13. To the green grass in the summer

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Source: Flickr user Jean-François Renaud

Goose Rocks

14. To the frozen trees in winter

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Source: Flickr user Jody Roberts

Ice Storm at St Joseph Maronite Catholic Church in Waterville, Maine

15. There’s no time of year when Maine doesn’t look incredible

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Source: Flickr user Jody Roberts

Frozen Messalonskee in Waterville, Maine

16. From snowcapped top

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Source: Flickr user Chewonki Semester School

Katahdin

17. To rocky bottom

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Source: Flickr user auntjojo

Rocks along the shore

18. While you’re out gazing out at the ocean

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Source: Flickr user EAWB

The view down at the granite shore at Pemaquid, taken at sundown

19. Looking inward at the shore

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Source: Flickr user Marufish

20. Walking the streets

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Source: Flickr user Jody Roberts

College Avenue in Waterville, Maine

21. Hanging out along the tracks

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Source: Flickr user Jody Roberts

Front Street at Night in Waterville, Maine

22. Or admiring the mountain mist

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Source: Flickr user Noah Meyerhans

23. Don’t be surprised to find you’re being watched

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Source: Flickr user Hildegarde Anderson

24. Because Maine is teeming with life

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Source: Flickr user U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Northeast Region

Moose in mist

25. From the trees

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Source: Flickr user Dana Moos

Bald eagles

26. To the seas

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Source: Flickr user Ryan Poplin

Seagull on Rock

27. And they’ll join with you in any season

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Source: Flickr user Paul VanDerWerf

Winter in Maine

28. To agree Maine is the most most beautiful

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Source: Flickr user Cadillac Mountain Views

Cadillac Mountain Views

29. If you try to argue against this simple fact

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Source: Flickr user Peter Rintels

Sunset in Deer Isle, Maine

30. You’ll lose

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Source: Flickr user Corey Balazowich

Sunset at Rockland Breakwater Lighthouse in Rockland, Maine

Feature Image Source: Flickr user Juhan Sonin

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posted on: April 24, 2014
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20 Comments

  1. Ginny

    So glad our best friends made Maine their home and we were invited to visit this beautifull state. Been coming every year for over the last 20 years and still find new and exciting places .

  2. Steve

    I notice there are no pictures of mud season, black flies, mosquitoes, frost heaves, driveways with two feet of snow covering them, or humidity so high you can see the air.

    • Sarah in response to Steve

      Haha, Steve! It’s all part of the wonderful place we call home!

  3. Cheryl Angevine

    As usual Maine is presented as only coastline with a couple pictures of the mountains. Western Maine is also beautiful with mountains and lakes. Yes, the coast is beautiful but so are other parts of Maine.

    • Bruce Johnson in response to Cheryl Angevine

      Are you from Bethel? Are you related to Ernest Angevine?

  4. scott garland

    Makes me homesick. Georgia is a great place but no place like home no matter where you’re from.

    • Laurie Ann Babb in response to scott garland

      Is this the same Scott Garland who lived in Carmel, ME? Graduated from Hermon High in ’78? Married Tammy McGinley?

  5. Keith fowler

    Didn’t see any picture of a EBT CARD

  6. Melenie Keith

    I was born there and I really miss it so very much .those people who have never been there really need to go just once to see its beauty.the best time to visit is in the fall when the trees have their brilliant color and summer stop at any road side stand and order you some real fried clams they are to die for .

  7. Ms. Donna D.

    I would LOVE to move to Maine, or at least visit. Are there any real gentlemen, single real gentlemen, late 50-sih to late 60-ish, who would like to communicate with this LADY Floridian?

  8. Bob

    Are all you non-coastals saying you want the word out and the tourists in?

  9. Steve D

    Beautiful pictures of lower Maine. But Maine doesn’t end at Baxter State Park. Western and northern Maine have some beautiful country also. And the people are very friendly.

  10. Jo

    Aw, gee. Just enjoy. The ocean is spectacular as are the mountains and farm fields. Let’s revel and not grump at being ‘left out’. We just experienced the tip of the iceberg… lots of other parts of Maine were not mentioned. We were offered a select few images. So, lap it up and smile… it was MAINE after all! And I’m a Mainer.

  11. Devi Bhakta

    I do find the text a bit over the top … it *is* a very beautiful place, but certainly not “the most beautiful” as the writer of this piece claims. It’s a very severe, northern type of beauty. It is a unique and peaceful place that has a lot of nice associations for me and usually recharges my batteries nicely. But there’s a reason I left, too, and it’s not just the lousy economy.

  12. PAt Rossetto

    have been to Maine and the Upper part of the Michighan-they are very much a like- would move to either state in a heart beat-

  13. Tina Mize

    Obviously you’ve never been to Georgia. Just as beautiful. We have lakes & mountains. Snow & lots of sunshine. Beautiful. Would never move if I don’t have to.

  14. Maggi Henthorne

    Ayah. Been there, seen that and miss it very much. Tis’ in the blood.
    Do agree with the comment that Northern Maine is also gorgeous, but must
    say, still, the sunset over the water we experienced in Sept, last fall,
    was memorable.

  15. Jody Johnsen

    I think they overdid the coastline too. Where are the winding roads that look like driving in a pine tunnel? I would love to see a farm stand teaming with blueberries and other fresh produce. Why are rows of corn or potato not beautiful? Even a snowmobile trail in the woods makes my heart jump. I love the water and the rocky coast but we didn’t even get pictures of the lobsters, clams, mussels etc etc. Miles and miles of forests would have been welcome too!

  16. Sarah

    I agree that every state has beautiful and spectacular scenery. We’ve lived in Maine for 28 years now and wouldn’t have traded it for anything. It’s truly special with lakes, ocean and mountains–all great adventures to explore. Not all states can claim that.

  17. Rahima

    I lived in portland Maine for about nine years, i moved to CA but never forget Maine, it is the most beautiful State in america.

 

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