The lens of my camera is like the sail of a ship which spirits me away, and from a distance I glimpse at the end of the day the figures who pass by. They are restless and impatient on their way home. They become magnified or atrophied or liquefied, as if they were part of a game or play. In the flashes of intense light, the silhouettes on the shore are transformed into luminous beings, sketches of the moment who mesmerize my eyes.