Just a few more weeks, and a year will have passed since we had to come to terms with a new reality: the quarantine. Forced into a closure, for many this year meant being stuck in the city.
Once vanished the chaos and the noise we were used to, we found ourselves facing squares and streets wrapped in a dull and touching silence, a silence that made us regret all those times we complained about being trapped in traffic or because the transport was too crowded.
But above all, looking out of the windows of soulless cities, we realised how much we missed nature, with its bright colours and its pure and uncontaminated air.
The Covid-19 led us to rediscover the regenerating power of nature, often inviting us to discover new places we didn't know we had just a few steps away from our homes. Because after all, in this period dominated by the slogan "Social Distancing", there is still someone who can keep us company and fill our hearts with a glance, and it's called Mother Nature.