The Invisible Footsteps

The Invisible Footsteps

2013. Right after the huge typhoon that hit Philippines.

There are many and difficult ways to tell about poverty, misery and affliction. 

I decided to say something about this country and its people giving them the respect and dignity they deserve. I always found myself pretty attracted by feet. Because feet can tell you a lot about the way people live their lives. Here you can see through their feet, dirty, used and scratched, something about their everyday routine. 
For them, the typhoon was just something that happened, like a big storm can happen to us. 
Life goes on. There's no time for resting besides that 5 minutes break they can take on a regular day. 

The environment around them speaks about life conditions. Their feet speak about strength.