The beauty of the ephemeral, the instantaneous, the unrepeatable. The lines of a random and chaotic figure, in no apparent order more than the simple flow of particles into the air.
An absolutely unique figure, whose life lasts a fraction of a second, which we can only enjoy focusing all our attention on the present moment, to what happens at this very moment.
Precisely, enjoying the present, what we have right now around us is what the pandemic situation has taken away from us in a certain way. We think much more about what can happen in the future and what we no longer have, that is, in the past, while we ignore what is important and fundamental to balance: to be present in the present moment, in the perfect moment.