A Stop At What Goes By

Everyday, we are faced with images that don’t cease to impress us with their beauty.
The waves of the sea, even in days with little light; the fire flames, with their ever-changing forms; leaves of a tree, with their varied shapes, singing songs with the wind; a bright and warm red, that insists on escaping the ground…
“A stop at what goes by” intends, through a set of photographs, to awaken the senses to an aesthetic side of the objects that, because they belong to our everyday life, are usually unappreciated.
The roof of a ruined house; a dry leaf on the edge of the road; an undefined shadow; the skeleton of a machine on a quarry; a green-less palm leaf fallen on the ground…
By breaking the barrier between the explicit and the occult beauty, “A stop at what goes by”, challenges the viewer to stop and give life to what is apparently lost; stop, and try to take a longer look at what surrounds you.