I saw lights, smiles , enthusiasm, joy of being together.
I saw a thousand faces, looks carefree and happy.
I saw an Italy that you don't see but that it exists. It's an Italy made by companies that believe in it, that don't give up, that continue to raise their heads, proud to be there. Once Again.
I saw the talent, without blazons, without coat of arms, without initials in gold thread. A talent that, like an Arab thoroughbred, can't wait to run, run, run wildly.
I saw my boys, those of Aquagarden, an extraordinary, unique, original example of sharing personified.
I was moved to have them all there, all together, passionately. A passion that has never died, never dampened down, never lost. Thank you, a million times thank you. Your affection takes my breath away.
I saw aquariums. They took shape under my eyes turning from nothing into small works of art.
I saw the creativity genious, imagination, technique conjugated with several coats in one sublime chorus.
I saw many hearts beating wildly, redolent of joy and happiness.
I saw soaked in sweat shirts rescue the most diverse requests for help: water, microphones, tables, lights, extension cords, coffee ... Thank you for everything you have done. For the patience with which you have provided to our whims, for the professionalism with which you have replied, for the smile you have never denied to us.
I saw a anthill of men. A back and forth that never stopped. A thousand eyes that scrutinize you, a thousand questions that want to know why, a thousand hands that are loudly calling for to know.
I saw that you can do everything, just believe it, want it all the way, without compromise and easy success.
I saw a great man. Sincere and genuine. A man from whom you can not defend yourself. A man who use the sincerity and affection as deadly weapons and you can't do nothing but to give up.
I saw an event that I will carry with me forever.
I saw Napoli Aquatica.