Se desmoronaba como aquel castillo construido a orillas de ese mismo mar y con la misma cálida y blanca arena sobre la que se encontraba parada. Estaba decidida a salir de ese estado; deseaba ser más que un pronombre; quería definirse, convertirse en acción, encontrarse , transformarse y pasar a ser un verbo conjugado en presente y en futuro: amar, crecer, perdonar, soñar, eran solo algunos de sus verbos favoritos.
Sin embargo ella sabía que no podía ni debía, simplemente desechar su pasado; lo que dejaba detrás, lo anteriormente vivido la habían hecho ser lo que era...
Así que respiró profundo, alzó sus brazos y dio la bienvenida a las respuestas que el viento y las olas sonoras le gritaban, recibiéndolas con gratitud, descifrando lo que le querían decir, dejándose acariciar y consolar por ambos en un acto de auto-sanación y reencuentro con su esencia, su ser.
Fue tomada durante unas vacaciones familiares en una tarde donde el mar se encontraba bastante agitado y solitario y donde el protagonista principal era el firmamento sirviendo de marco y referencia al resto de los elementos; además en ella se reflejan diferentes movimientos, sensaciones y sentimientos: el vaivén de las olas, la brisa marina, la soledad, reflexión, paz… Una imagen que puede ser interpretada de muchas maneras y que según como se vea puede llegar a ser una fotografía triste o inspiradora.
He waited patiently for her to arrive while he reflected on her existence; he knew that this was the moment to make decisions, to act, it was also the moment to make sacrifices and to be brave. That was a crucial and decisive moment; he was very aware that when he turned around his life would no longer be the same as always; he would return from there with another life and another vision...
It felt like fading, erasing... From being a noun of its own with ideas or concrete form it became no more than an abstract dependent on the presence of others to exist; it jumped to being fear, doubt, sadness or a simple pronoun.
It crumbled like that castle built on the shores of that same sea and with the same warm white sand on which it stood. She was determined to get out of that state; she wanted to be more than a pronoun; she wanted to define herself, to become action, to meet, to transform herself and to become a verb conjugated in the present and in the future: to love, to grow, to forgive, to dream, were just some of her favorite verbs.
However, she knew that she could not and should not simply discard her past; what she left behind, what she had previously experienced, had made her what she was...
So she took a deep breath, raised her arms and welcomed the answers that the wind and the sound waves were shouting at her, receiving them with gratitude, deciphering what they wanted to tell her, letting herself be caressed and comforted by both of them in an act of self-healing and reunion with her essence, her being.
It was taken during a family vacation in an afternoon where the sea was quite agitated and lonely and where the main protagonist was the firmament serving as a frame and reference to the rest of the elements; moreover, different movements, sensations and feelings are reflected in it: the swaying of the waves, the sea breeze, loneliness, reflection, peace... An image that can be interpreted in many ways and that, depending on how it is seen, can become a sad or inspiring photograph.