In this series, photography is temporal, not depending on a single cut, but on the course of light in an indeterminate lapse, in which freezing a story or a piece of time is not of interest. Series are both before and after, and in this sense, narration is dematerialized. Photographic experience goes beyond the mere portrayal of the real which comes by spontaneously; here, the picture implies an insisting observation of the surroundings and the passing of light through them. Although the work doesn't involve artificial transformation of its objects, it does manipulate the image through water, wind or light. In this sense it produces a mise en scène to renew common ways of seeing.