“Scogli” is the Italian word for rocky artificial barriers set a few yards from the shore to avoid the tide from consuming fragile artificial sand beaches. The singular word “scoglio” also refers to the word “hurdle”, as in stumbling upon an obstacle that keeps one stuck.
Whenever I stumble upon a hurdle, I often take a walk along my hometown's shore: a quiet place where there isn't much to see. However, taking pictures now and then, while walking, has helped me overcome most of my worries and doubts. These simple snapshots turned into a diary of those moments where, creatively and existentially speaking, I kind of felt I had "Nothing to sea".