Part of a year-round art project on the Belgian coast, this statue rises up from the dunes, only a few miles away from WWII fortifications. Representing the foam of the sea, the sculpture doesn’t look anywhere near the real deal, but it has its own draw. Leading up to the top of the dunes, the small trail brings you to a sight were you can compare artistic interpretation with the real sea in the background. In my opinion, the statue loses – nothing beats a restless sea. Where the statue does win, is in still frames. I had all the time in the world to carefully frame this shot.