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Photo project: This week in Harpswell

Have you enjoyed Harpswell’s scenic wonders? Yes! Have you ever been inspired to reach for a camera or phone to capture a moment of Harpswell beauty — a sunset, a dewdrop, a smile, or the majestic arc of forest giant? Most likely. If you’re like most of us, you’re eager to share those golden moments.

Photo by Lucia Nixon

The land trust will collect photos in a year-long series called “This Week in Harpswell” with a week selected in each of the four seasons. Put on your snowshoes or sunscreen, as the season dictates, and take to the trails and shoreline with your camera. All ages and experience levels are invited to participate!

Click here for a photo album from February 8-16.

Click here for a photo album from May 23-31.

Click here for a photo album from August 1-9

How to get involved:

  1. Take photos in Harpswell during one or more of the four weeks of the project. The next week will be October 10-18. We love photos of our trails and preserves, but all Harpswell photos are welcome! Subject matter is up to you. We love photos of Harpswell scenery, people and pets enjoying the outdoors, historic landmarks, the fishing industry and more!
  2. Share your photos by emailing them to photos@hhltmaine.org or sending a link to an online album. In the email, please tell us the name of the photographer and the date and location of the photo.
  3. We also encourage you to post your photos on Facebook or Instagram with the #thisweekinharpswell hashtag.
  4. Check out the photos we’ve collected. Click here for photos from February 8-16. Click here for photos from May 23-31. Click here for photos from August 1-9. Selected photos will be presented on our website, on social media, in future HHLT publications and possibly in the Harpswell Anchor.

By sending photos to us, you are authorizing Harpswell Heritage Land Trust to use your photos in print and online. You are also authorizing us to sell your images on note cards to raise money for HHLT. Please let us know if these terms are not acceptable to you.