I had an idea, that I knew would be something special at an unspoiled spot – an iconic place in Tarifa where the Atlantic and the Mediterranean meet and the statue of ‘El Santo’ is located. This appealed to Samu, my good friend and photographer, who knew right away we could secure a masterpiece of a photo. It meant bending the rules because it’s actually forbidden to kite there, but it was worth a try – the harbor is closed at the moment, so with no ships going in and out, it was the best time to try a shoot – now or never! We had to take a risk but I really wanted to achieve this goal. With 40 knots of Levante blowing, I got in the water at 6am, trying to not be caught red-handed. Samu was beyond excited, knowing that this photoshoot could stand out in his career. Getting the money shot in Tarifa, our home and the home of such great riders, would be very special and exciting for both of us.