Pablo Morales, a photographer from La Zubia, has taken more than 115 portraits of elderly residents in La Zubia and put them in a book. To help residents who have less resources, the proceeds will be donated to La Zubia Voluntaria.
The volume, entitled "Looks in Time", compiles all portraits taken by Zubian photographer for the exhibition. It was displayed at La Zubia's Carmen Jimenez Center last October. Natalia Arregui, the Coordinator of the project and Councilor for Elderly at La Zubia City Council, explains that she wanted to pay tribute the citizens of La Zubia by taking a look back on the past.
Lourdes Fernandez and Angelina Garzon, three retired residents from La Zubia, and Paqui Sanchez were among those who participated in the launch. The mayor thanked them for their hard work and dedication to ensuring that the book saw the light of day.
Casa Pinta, La Zubia sells 'Glances In Time' every morning for 10 euros. Puri Lopez, the mayor of Zubia, stated that all the proceeds from the sale of the book would go to La Zubia Voluntaria which does extraordinary work in helping residents with less economic resources.
Pablo Morales, the Councilor for the Elderly, pointed out that Pablo Morales had "masteredly captured the living memory La Zubia in photographs that ooze emotions, in which the experiences and joys of its protagonists transports us to our most recent, to our everyday life>>.