We rarely get fog here on the lake two or three days a year. A little further south there is instead the great plain of Brescia and then the great Po Valley. The fog has a particular light, without shadows; it is like seeing the world and objects in a close-up, taking them out of the background. But the most beautiful sensation is the one that your body remembers (and a photo can remind you): drops of water falling from the branches, the moisture that enters the skin and gives the sense of your presence. There is no one around. I enjoy moments out of the world, out of time, out of people. And nudity is also a secondary thing... No, it helps to perceive the world, whether as they are and not as we know about.