(Imilchil, Morocco, 2008): Bassou Aatal, born in 1933, attends, nearly blind, under a jaima in August the wedding of one of his daughters at midday -store of traditional Berber nomads- at Imilchil bereber village in the Moroccan mountains of Atlas. The surroundings of this town host every summer what is known as "moussem" of the wedding (pilgrimage), a celebration where young people take advantage to get married at the tomb of a local saint the same day, Sidi Ahmed Ulmaghani. Basou can barely see the photographer, which has not a language in common with. They communicate through the children of the elderly, who know some French. The man agrees to be photographed and sketches this smile.