Aconquija, which means "snow formed in the heights, by the moon", is the highest peak of the valley where the eternal snows sleep. It is located in Catamarca, a province in the north-western region of Argentina. Earlier this year, in February, I did an Artist-in-residence programme that enabled me to travel again after almost a year of self-isolation; leaving my house, neighbourhood and native city to meet again with nature, its tranquillity and my own solitude. I felt connected with its sceneries, with the quietude and silence, with the clouds that descend to breath from the earth's warmth. I was able to connect with the sparks and shadows that walk over the mountains, with their shimmery/wavey and soft horizons. In all of my works and creative processes, I highlight the temporal dimension of the apprehension of nature. Natural environments always make me want to become one with them. Being alone in and with nature is both being in good company and a reflection of this very state. Coming closer to the trifles of nature: a stone, drops of water on a leaf, the sound of the grass dancing with the wind, the buzzing of insects chatting with the flowers.