Oh but yes! Remember! ...
Last year at the same place, after a storm, between the ice cream shop and the lifeguard's cabin ...
Bronze sculpture of a seaside scene: two tiny dogs, an umbrella and an almost forgotten encounter.
August 15, late afternoon, a few stormy showers surprise tourists on the Belgian coast.
Bronze sculpture of a beach scene: a round lady in a swimsuit, with an umbrella and a towel, her dog at her feet. It's raining on the coast, on the dike, the beach ...
Who said turning this hoop around the waist was a breeze?
Finding the right rhythm and the perfect swing is quite difficult!
The "hoop dance" requires, as "fitness hula hoop", endurance, balance and suppleness. It is a complete sport for the abdomen, the back and the pelvis that also keeps your mind alert.
Bronze sculpture of a beach scene: a round lady with a hula hoop.
How exciting, this game known around the world is about finding all the words of a grid, using the definitions provided. From the cruciverbist to the simple novice amateur, everyone can choose his strength because there are 4 levels of difficulty. Excellent for memory and concentration, this game maintains the youth of our brains.
Bronze sculpture of a beach scene: a reclining, chubby lady solves a crossword puzzle at the coast.
Six months ago, I was still in a dog shelter, now I'm with Lorette, a fan of the beach, reading and vanilla ice cream. With her, it's "la dolce vita". For Lorette, no need to run after a frisbee or bringing back some piece of driftwood, just as long as she can spoil me …
Bronze sculpture of a beach scene: a chubby lady, sitting on her towel, her little dog lying at her feet.
Nothing as relaxing as a kayak trip!
No, not a seal or whale hunt!
Just an outing, the pleasure of gliding over the water surface, drifting with the wind, in good company. Zorba the Breton wild one, like a real captain, makes sure that the vessel does not drift.
Bronze sculpture of a summer scene: a rather plump lady and her dog glide over the water in a kayak.
A sculpture of a russula, a much sought-after mushroom that one encounters in the moist soil under the canopy of the Ardennes forests. Very detailed naturalistic interpretation with a magical-realistic trait. The basic material of this work is a paste based on paper and glue, a combination that is surprisingly durable. The slats under the hat were made with the patience of angels.