Tre Mesi is a photographic project developed in southern Italy, between the provinces of Naples, Salerno and Caserta. I took these images because I needed to marvel at everyday life, far from stereotypical creativity, straddling the line between physical travel and inner exploration. During these three months, I needed to get in touch with objects, places and myself. They were ninety days in which I needed to detach myself from all fears, from any wall that human beings are used to creating, from the alienating monotony in which I have too often lost myself. Somehow, I felt the need to become a child again, to marvel at the landscapes and marginal details that we often take for granted or far from the common sense of aesthetically beautiful and perfect. With a slightly nostalgic outlook, I tried to empty myself entirely in order to exist. The journey, as often happens, proved to be a cathartic element, which helps us to get to know ourselves and understand our surroundings. All images were shot on medium format film, with a Zenza Bronica ETRS. The fact that I don't need to see the images instantaneously is a fundamental element for me to metabolise the journey, to experience it without distractions and to understand it in all its nuances.