On the streets of Brazil Gustavo Minas subtly turns his gaze on the everyday and unspectacular. Everything seems to be photographable to him, from garbage cans to all the sleepy people riding the bus to their offices, as long as the light pleases him. Exploring light, colours, scenes and reflections he transforms reality into a complex and layered world of his own. In a certain light nothing looks normal. He has been to places he would never have come to if he did not take photographs. Strolling with an empty mind has taught him the joy of seeing.