Naples, 2019

He moored his boat in the shallow water under the dock to avoid the merciless mediterranean sun while offering homemade traditional meals made by his wife. The young beachgoers were calling him "O Zì", an honorific in the Neapolitan dialect used to show respect to older (but not too old) people. It translates literally to "uncle", but it actually means "Sir". I stood there for a while, pretending to use my phone while actually taking dozens of pictures hoping to capture the unique Neapolitan essence of this man, his wife and their activity.
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