Jesus comes when you call him

George Constantinescu is a meteorologist. He leads a superficial life with profane fears and joys, representing society, humanity at this time. His ascent to another level of existence is intertwined with his memories of past love, the girl who left, the fragmentation of emotional attachments. It blends again with nature, rediscovers itself, experiences contrast, contradiction, acceptance. The aura formed by the bicycle spike reminds us of the balance with which the universe works, of the cycles of life, of the fact that we must all remember that we have much greater powers than a jar of jam.

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