This series that I named fragmentation illustrates the vision that we have of the world largely depends on the interference between our senses and the objects observed. It is known that the light is disturbed by the transparency and the forms of matter. Therefore, the underwater world seen from the ground area can only show to us as an illusion of reality. This world is unreal and that it can be revealed tot us unless we first penetrate into it. This series of three photographs illustrate this deformation of the light, or our vision, and the underwater that we can imagine in our mind, but we cannot really see.