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    The Coastal Journal offices can be spied in this shot of downtown Bath.

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    Bath Iron Works dominates the profile of Bath from the south.

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    It's easy to see why Popham is a popular destination, with its stretches of sand. Fort Popham should be obvious on the middle right, and if you look very closely you can make out the tower at Fort Baldwin.

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    Seguin Island is just as pretty from above as it is from everywhere else. The large First Order Fresnel lens is clearly visible here.

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    This photo of Brunswick Landing includes buildings from when it was still an air base, such as the large hangars, and new buildings like Molnlyke's factory, the L. L. Bean Learning & Health Science Center on SMCC's campus, and the new Avita of Brunswick building.

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    The Bowdoin Mill and Fort Andross as seen from above.

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    This photo shows just how much water is in the Midcoast area. At the bottom is Woodward Point and Upper and Lower Coombs Island, and Harpswell stretches off into the distance.

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    Downtown Boothbay Harbor stretches out in this photo. In the lower left is the Opera House, towards the top right you can spot the Tugboat Inn, and the iconic footbridge is easily spotted.

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    In this shot of Newcastle and Damariscotta, you can make out the Newcastle Publick House on the left, the spire of the Damariscotta Baptist Church, Yellowfront Grocery and Rising Tide Community Market towards the top, and downtown Damariscotta and Newcastle in the middle.

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    It's easy to see why Round Pond became a spot for ships with its secluded waters. In this photo, you can make out the Lupine Field, Muscongus Bay Lobster and the Round Pond Lobster CoOp, and if you look closely at the bottom left, the recently restored steeple on the Round Pond Schoolhouse.

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    Main Street Wiscasset stretches out in this photo. In the top left, you can spot Castle Tucker.

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