Week in photos from June 24 to July 1, 2022


Preston Mulvene emerges Wednesday from Cobalt Moon Antiques in Gardiner with a trio of the dozen 19th-century jugs he bought with his wife, Sarah. Professional pickers were shopping in Maine for two days after selling a trailer of items from their Greenville, North Carolina company, The Global Swapshop, to a Minot dealer. The couple said the national collectibles market is stable with plenty of good items for sale, they found, in Maine. Andy Molloy/Kennebec Journal

Dustin Tribou draws a panther on a fiberglass sturgeon Tuesday at his Saylorink Tattoo business in Augusta. Tribou said he decorates it to look like a practice skin used by apprentices when learning the art of tattooing. This sturgeon and others will be on display in downtown Augusta starting this month. Joe Phelan/Kennebec Journal

A white-tailed deer watches for an intruder on Monday June 27 in a bog in Hallowell. Deer are currently laying down their fawn and are often spotted at the edge of fields. Andy Molloy/Kennebec Journal

Zoe Foster of Nashville, Tennessee, removes seaweed from her line Monday, June 27, while fishing with friends Jamie Cawley of Winslow and Micah Page of Benton along the Kennebec River near Fort Halifax Park in Winslow. Rich Abrahamson / Morning Watch

Guitarist and vocalist Dave Mallett warms up Sunday, June 26 before performing at the Maine Academy of Natural Sciences Summer Celebration in Hinckley. The Moody School building is in the background. Rich Abrahamson / Morning Watch

Belgrade firefighters along with several other fire departments in the region put out a blaze on Tuesday on Long Pond Road next to Main Street in Belgrade. Michael G. Seamans / Morning Watchman

A group of people cool off at Great Pond near Main Street in downtown Belgrade Lakes on Tuesday. Michael G. Seamans / Morning Watchman

A motorcyclist passes the flag-lined entrance to the Clinton Fairgrounds on Thursday on Bangor Road in Clinton. Rich Abrahamson / Morning Watch

Demonstrators line Elm Street Saturday, June 25, near the intersection of Main Street to protest the overturning of Roe v. Wade by the United States Supreme Court on Friday. Michael G. Seamans / Morning Watchman

Lucas Andrews snaps a photo on his iPhone Thursday of the brown bullhead he caught with a lure on the Kennebec River near his home in Hallowell. Andy Molloy/Kennebec Journal

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