Erika Prüfert is a photographer. She was a child when she first came to Cadaqués with her parents. Ever since, the place has embodied freedom for her. Unsurprisingly, one day she decided to make it her home. Here, she lives in a former holiday house at the end of a steep road. A huge, open fireplace heats up the place. Every day, just before sunset, she leaves home to go to Cap de Creus, a rugged peninsula reaching roughly ten kilometres out into the Mediterranean Sea. Cap de Creus looks as though it came from another world: over centuries, the wind has moulded bizarre shapes out of the rocks. Erika roams the place for hours, snapping pictures, and searching for her own freedom – which she often does find.