Photography must express what words can not express. Photography is not journalism nor literature. Photography is a mute art that becomes strong in silence. The photographer does not speak, the photographer just points out. To point out is to isolate and delimit the world. Things have no meaning in themselves, we give them order and structure. We do not see the world as it is but as we are. Taking pictures is always photographing a part of ourselves. A photograph defined in advance is a dead photograph. A living photograph is that which is created and actualized by gaze.