Kersti Uibo calls herself one of life's hitch-hikers. She mostly trusts the strangers who offer her a lift, but once or twice, when she has smelt danger, she has hopped out. Kersti attributes both her intuition and her risk-taking to the way in which she focusses on the present moment. This hitch-hiker's journey began for Kersti on the Baltic coast where she grew up. The Ice Age had left behind an erratic boulder on her local beach, a geological stranger, whose silent presence seemed to invite her to make her own journey. Over time Kersti's journeys grew longer; first to Pärnu to study music, then to Tallinn, the capital city of Estonia, to study English, and finally to Moscow to study languages. During a short trip to the Black Sea, she met her life-partner and moved from her native Estonia to cosmopolitan London. The hitch-hiker was at last on the open road. Graduating from the National Film and Television School in Beaconsfield, Kersti started travelling again, this time with a camera. After years of making documentaries, Kersti has now returned to her home beach in Estonia, to film the "Wombstone" that had so intrigued and inspired her as a little girl.