Category Archives: Ogunquit Photos

Ogunquit Museum of American Art

A museum in Ogunquit, Maine where the scenery competes with the art for your undivided attention

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Over here in Ogunquit, Maine we happen to have an absolute jewel of an art museum strategically positioned on such a picturesque and storied piece of coastal property that I oftentimes find my eyes and attention pulled away from the exhibited art and magnetically redirected towards the breathtaking coastline scenery visible through the soaring floor to ceiling glass windows at the rear of the sculpture gallery.
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Ogunquit Maine New Year's Eve

Photo Gallery: Light Snow in Advance of New Year’s Weekend in Ogunquit, Maine

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On December 29th, as Ogunquit, Maine prepared for our 2016 New Year’s Weekend, a light snow began to fall.

Nothing makes our ‘beautiful place by the sea’ more beautiful in the winter than a light dusting of fresh snow – especially against the backdrop of our local businesses and the holiday decorations with which our spirited merchants have adorned their Ogunquit shops, inns, hotels, and restaurants.
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A Conversation with Maine Photographer Benjamin Williamson – Artist In Residence at the Hartwell House Inn of Ogunquit

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If you love Maine or live in New England, chances are that you’re already familiar with some of the photography of Benjamin Williamson. Perhaps you’ve seen one of his impressive Maine images gracing a vivid cover of Down East Magazine while you stood on line at the grocery store. Or maybe you’ve visited a New England cultural landmark and seen his work gracing a recent cover of Artscope Magazine.

Williamson is talented, prolific and ambitious – with a good eye plus the drive and ambition to outperform many of the other notable photographers shooting Vacationland images. Facebook is full of his colorful captures of our coastal communities – and it’s always a complete joy to wake and find that, no matter how early you got up, Williamson beat you to it and shared his perspective of the sunrise, or the lighthouse, or the lobster boat – always with perfect composition and skies to die for.

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