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    King Parsells rakes clippings next to a sculpture in the hedges surrounding the entrance of the Second Street Bed and Breakfast last week in Hallowell. Parsells said manicuring and cleaning up hedges keeps them healthy.

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    Kiki Thomas is all smiles as she cools off on a water slide as friends in a pool wait their turn in Fairfield on a sunny and hot Sunday, July 6, 2014.

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    Mackenzie Wright uses a stick to move blooming lily flowers to look for frogs in the pond at Coburn Park in Skowhegan on Monday.

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    Ray Morgan extends a paddle to his daughter, Heather, while her friend, Kellsie Woodward, climbs up on shore while swimming Sunday in Cobbosseecontee Stream in West Gardiner. The group, visiting from Gettysburg, Pa., takes an annual dip together in the stream, the elder Morgan said.

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    CAP.cutline_standalone:Alden Longfellow, 88, waters flowers for sale Monday at his family’s greenhouse in Farmingdale. Longfellow said he’s been keeping plants nourished since 1936, when his father opened the business.

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    Five-year-old Isreal Carpenter is handed the family pet pyhon snake, Izreal, aka Killer, by the boy’s father Israel in downtown Waterville on Thursday. The four-foot snake is nearly fully grown and slithers from the neck of one family to another.

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    A crew from OP Glass installs replacement windows on the third floor of a building on Thursday in downtown Augusta. The building at 190 Water St., next to Downtown Diner, is being renovated with apartments on the upper floors and had GEvolution Fitness on the ground floor.

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    Thatcher Silar, of Farley and Son Landscaping, works on the water fountain on Thursday in Market Square Park at the corner of Winthrop and Water streets in Augusta. He said that the 30,000-pound horse trough had been middle of the Winthrop Street at corner of Water Street and was recently lifted by a crane into the nearby park as part of a series of renovations. A plaque on it says that it is in memory of Joseph Baker and Orville Dewey Baker and was presented to the city of Augusta by the heirs of Orville Dewey Baker in 1909.

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    Reed & Reed workers climb out on 130 foot steel beams Thursday over the Kennebec River in Richmond where the company is building a new bridge. The contractor has installed a third of the spans that will support the bridge deck, according to Tom Reed, who is supervising the project.

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    Kristin Lamontagne hits the water of Three Cornered Pond after coming off the slide at Bicentennial Nature Park in Augusta. The city park is open to Augusta residents only and their invited guests, who must be in the company of the Augusta resident. It is on Route 3 and open every day from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. through Labor Day weekend. The park was closed in 2012 to save money, but last year, city residents and businesses raised about $40,000 and it reopened.

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