Fire produces light and heat but also destruction.
Uncontrolled fire can delete countries, people, animals and things, and used by man in a fraudulent approach.
It deletes all forms of life and years of history in a few hours, leaving only ash.
This is what has just happened in this hot summer in Italy, with the record in Europe for the number of forest fires.
These are 371 stakes with 72,039 hectares gone up in smoke, and devastating effects also on biodiversity.
Photos about photographic exhibition “Dentro l’incendio”, were taken in the San Bartolo Park the following days the great fire of 4-5 August 2017, which saw more than 150 hectares of the park overlooking the sea, destroying woods, Mediterranean scrub, fields, houses and threatening the villages of Fiorenzuola di Focara and Casteldimezzo.
The next phase of the fire was interpreted, focusing on what the fire left after it passed, and getting as close to the subject as possible, burning (term used in photography when overexposed lights burn the image, and turn white) the background and canceling it.
The works were installed outdoors on the semi-destroyed parapet of the Fiorenzuola di Focara bell tower.
The exhibition was inaugurated on 30 September 2018.
THE ENTIRE PROCEEDS OF THE WORKS SOLD WAS DONATED TO THE SAN BARTOLO PARK.
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