“Nature is my playground, and I have to deal with it,” says beach artist Jehan-Benjamin Tarain (@jbenart
). “I work only at low tides when the fine, wet sand is very compact. The large-scale 30- to 100-meter pieces take between three to four hours to make, using simple tools like rakes and ropes, and remain for only a few hours before the wind or the sea come to erase them.”
Photo by @jbenart
Charente-Maritime 📷 Photo location
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Great picture, greetings from Vienna, austria
wow so beautiful
Think about doing tattooes!
Very very nice 👍👌