We stumbled upon another picturesque spot—a small shipwreck nestled among a cluster of trees. This location posed an easier task for the cameraman, but not for me. I had to time my jump meticulously, considering the incoming waves to make sure I had enough water for takeoff. This approach worked well, but it presented another problem. By the time I was airborne, there would no longer be water to land on, so I had to kick out my board each time and land in the sand without it. This, on its own, wouldn't be too challenging if it weren't for the broken branches and bushes protruding from the sand directly in front of me. I had to synchronize everything perfectly to avoid any injuries. After around 10 minutes with a stroke of luck on my side, we captured the shot.