In the photo above I am in Syria (Homs) in 2010, inside an old barber shop that probably today doesn’t exist anymore. I only photograph with a 28mm lens and sometimes, I still get the luxury of using a 400 ASA Kodak Tri-x film. Photography is the instant of a dialogue. You can not manage it. You can not steal it. You can only join it. Photography is a random encounter of things happening around those who can feel it. Like an amour fou , a magical-circumstantial moment. Photography is a question mark. Neither an answer nor an interpretation. It is a meta-question. A question a photographer asks just the moment he takes the picture. A question that, like a virus, creates new questions in the observer’s mind.