Between the ocean and the land lies the Littoral Zone, the scientific name for that particular space that can be underwater or dry twice a day depending on the tides. Here is where land and sea meet and the ocean spits out her debris of shells and other fascinating underwater flotsam. Also she regurgitates those land items that have been polished and refined and spat out again; glass, driftwood, ropes, even lost jewellery can be found here. This is the raw coast where two time zones collide. Sun and sea make for soft washed out tones, earthy organic shapes, raw coast.

Here too you can find the playful toddlers and their ice cream cones, hibiscus flowers, palm trees and all those things that make us feel young and happy.