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Marty Saccone

Marty Saccone

Lubec, ME

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Down East Maine - Be there with these unique one of a kind scenic prints.

My name is Marty Saccone, I'm a photographer located at the easternmost town
in the United States, Lubec, Maine
Lubec is a small coastal town a bit off the beaten path, 50 miles from the nearest traffic light.
It's not the end of the world, but you can almost see it from here. ;-)

My work focuses on landscapes and seascapes, dense fogs, ocean tides, lighthouses,
fishing boats, wildlife, wetlands, quaint harbors and other subjects in this beautiful unexploited
area of New England known as down east Maine.
My intent, to offer a compelling glimpse into the surrounding area and its pristine beauty.

A little about myself:
I began photographing while serving in the USMC.
Although a lifelong photographer, my professional career was as a design draftsman.
I've worked in industrial, portrait, wedding, nature, scenic and auto sport photography.
Since retirement my creative interests have been on nature and scenic fine art photography.
I enjoy searching out unique perspectives to achieve the final image appearance I seek.
I'm also photo editor for "Nature Photographer" magazine.

Stop by again and see what's new in,....down east Maine.
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Questions or Inquires: Email..... heresmarty@yahoo.com.

Please share this website with someone who loves Maine or New England .
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The images displayed are available only thru this website.

Images may not be copied, reproduced,
manipulated or used in any way without
expressed written permission of Marty Saccone.
U.S. copyright law applies, all rights reserved.
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As photographers we are sometimes unknowingly historians capturing
the last fleeting images of subjects now lost to obscurity.
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'My Spirit Place' ......Quoddy Head State Park, Lubec, Maine
I walk this place, experience its beauty, solitude and rage, exploring its soul.
Spruce and balsam forest the landscape, jagged precipices compromise its extents descending abruptly into the Bay of Fundy.
Sentinel gulls hover and glide populating the sky, migrating water fowl in sporadic vees skim tidal swells escaping into the wild.
Extreme tides, precarious outcrops, treacherous currents and dense fogs are a constant.
Quoddy Head 'fertile and beautiful place' a name given thousands of years ago by native Passamaquoddy to this easternmost peninsula on the United States mainland.

Down East Maine - Be there with these unique one of a kind scenic prints.

My name is Marty Saccone, I'm a photographer located at the easternmost town
in the United States, Lubec, Maine
Lubec is a small coastal town a bit off the beaten path, 50 miles from the nearest traffic light.
It's not the end of the world, but you can almost see it from here. ;-)

My work focuses on landscapes and seascapes, dense fogs, ocean tides, lighthouses,
fishing boats, wildlife, wetlands, quaint harbors and other subjects in this beautiful unexploited
area of New England known as down east Maine.
My intent, to offer a compelling glimpse into the surrounding area and its pristine beauty.

A little about myself:
I began photographing while serving in the USMC.
Although a lifelong photographer, my professional career was as a design draftsman.
I've worked in industrial, portrait, wedding, nature, scenic and auto sport photography.
Since retirement my creative interests have been on nature and scenic fine art photography.
I enjoy searching out unique perspectives to achieve the final image appearance I seek.
I'm also photo editor for "Nature Photographer" magazine.

Stop by again and see what's new in,....down east Maine.
****************
Questions or Inquires: Email..... heresmarty@yahoo.com.

Please share this website with someone who loves Maine or New England .
******************
The images displayed are available only thru this website.
Images may not be copied, reproduced,
manipulated or used in any way without
expressed written permission of Marty Saccone.
U.S. copyright law applies, all rights reserved.
**************************************
As photographers we are sometimes unknowingly historians capturing
the last fleeting images of subjects now lost to obscurity.
***********************************
'My Spirit Place' ......Quoddy Head State Park, Lubec, Maine
I walk this place, experience its beauty, solitude and rage, exploring its soul.
Spruce and balsam forest the landscape, jagged precipices compromise its extents descending abruptly into the Bay of Fundy.
Sentinel gulls hover and glide populating the sky, migrating water fowl in sporadic vees skim tidal swells escaping into the wild.
Extreme tides, precarious outcrops, treacherous currents and dense fogs are a constant.
Quoddy Head 'fertile and beautiful place' a name given thousands of years ago by native Passamaquoddy to this easternmost peninsula on the United States mainland.