All the images in this series were taken from the same place with a similar point of view, from Mattituck looking across the Peconic Bay facing The Hamptons.
What is striking about this area being between two bodies of water (Peconic Bay and the Long Island Sound) is the magnificent light and its infinite variations, towards the mid 19th century many artists were drawn to this area for this very reason.
We marvelled at how the landscape could be completely altered, no two days were visually the same. This is when we began photographing half sea half sky divided only by a strip of land, inspired by Rothko's works. Each and everyday at varying hours we would make our way to the spot admiring what the scene bestowed. Some days ecstatically photographing the beauty, other days whipped by high winds and struggling for balance in torrential rains but on other occasions not raising the camera at all, just to take in the view.