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Still warm

With fall approaching, Franklin County's many talented photographers are here to bring readers the best shots of nature and those who live in it. The basis for the Sunday collections goes back to March 2011, when author and photographer Jane Naliboff of Chesterville began sending a few pictures each week. Other photographers have since joined the effort, creating one of the Bulldog's most widely appreciated features. If you are interested in contributing, please send photos with a caption and your name to thedailybulldog@gmail.com.

Black-throated Green Warbler at the head of Wilson Lake in Wilton. (Tom Oliver)

Can you guess what this fruit is? (Hint: it's not an apple.) (Photo Marianne Perry)

Swallowtail butterfly, Kents Hill. (Photo by Marianne Perry)

Northern Harrier soaring over the fields at the head of Wilson Lake in Wilton. (Tom Oliver)

Northern Parula Warbler at the head of Wilson Lake in Wilton. (Tom Oliver)

Great Blue Heron over the wetlands at the head of Wilson Lake in Wilton. (Tom Oliver)

Cape May Warbler in Wilton. (Tom Oliver)

Sunny afternoon walk. (Jane Knox)

Still no sign of fall. (Jane Knox)

Looking into my back window in Rangeley. (Jane Knox)

Rangeley Lake. Still warm enough to swim. (Jane Knox)

Natains Campground in Coburn Gore. (Wendi Smith)

Natains Campground in Coburn Gore. (Wendi Smith)

Sunset at Natains Campground in Coburn Gore. (Wendi Smith)

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7 Responses »

  1. Marianne, I give up. I don't recognize it.

  2. Go, Tom, go!

  3. Awesome pictures Wendi!

  4. Jane: I wish I could see more of the cute dog that managed to get into a little of your afternoon walk photo.....I love dog pictures :)

  5. @patb, looks like a quince that I have in my backyard.

  6. Dear Just Saying,

    My dog is a Kelpe, an Australian cattle dog, and her name is Byelka (little Squirrel in Russian). She loves Rangeley. I will try to get in in the background of future shots.

    Jane K.

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