This outing on the beach is one of the improvised moments, from the moment you decide to leave home, until you arrive on the beach. The weather is not necessarily superb, but the clouds let in some rays of sun, you have barely 2 hours before the tide starts to rise, but you go there. It’s like an indescribable urge to get some fresh air. That day, I was busy quickly starting from the Côte Sauvage side of La Tremblade to make a small achievement on the sand. In the end, it will even be a test more than anything else, because I didn’t really have an idea in mind. So I find the ideal sandbank and start to put a few triangles on top of each other, at its edge. In fact, this drawing on the beach could have been more impressive, but I wanted to make my images before I fell for the first waves. The idea will still be there and it will surely be used again in new ephemeral paintings or rather sea effect.