The blurred lines of Noyack Bay, just outside the village of Sag Harbor, after the sun passes below the horizon. Boat wakes provide texture to the surface of still water as low lying clouds smear across the early August sky. To a naked eye the night is dark. The season and day burn out through the afterglow.
About Jacob Saccone:
Jacob Saccone is an ocean-minded photographer from the South Shore of Long Island. In the pursuit of illusive images, he finds comfort in the hours before sunrise and after sunset -- often accompanied by nor'easters and sub-tropical storms that bring life to the Atlantic. Jacob works primarily with digital photography but his experience with graphic design and multimedia projects is shown through his surrealist spin on abstract visions. He is inspired by the work of Daniel Jones, Matt Clark and those who have paved the way for abstract surf photography.