We are interested in the eastern idea that the body itself activates space and not the space alone. Our project “Instant South” we aim to reflect upon this concept. They are anonymous places that still hold onto the human footprint. An absence, the footprints of man that are still felt because they have truly transformed the spaces of the inhabited site. It relates to this concept, although from another point of view. It deals with documenting and interpreting the passage landscapes. They are areas near the beaches, but seen in the autumn and winter months, when the large populations and tourist infrastructures are empty, when the light has changed. In these southern landscapes, where man’s footprint remains, along with artificial scenery, inhabited in the end in a different manner: by different people, by a less intense light that produces different tones and luminosity, by a less transparent air.