During this small trip to Scotland, I realized that photography is not about what you see, but rather what you feel. In the end, you can capture the most marvelous scene, but you have to render and express the atmosphere of the place as accurately as you can. Even if your photo is not a hundred percent accurate, during the post-production phase, you have to call in your memory in order to remember precisely how really was the light, the weather, the general mood (…) at that time. So that each click on the button sets a snapshot on the camera as well as in your mind. Therefore, you can share your visual memories as precisely as possible. In the long run, these visual memories have no sharing value except for oneself.