In this photographic series, the artist elaborates a dreamlike discourse on nature and rooting. Inspired by her own migration history, Masako Miyazaki reveals in her photographs the similarities between trees and man. Being both subjects and metaphors, trees are at the heart of the organic relationship that unites the artist with nature. Capturing their silhouettes through her lens as if she were capturing a portrait, trees display appearances, shapes and features that can recall the human being. A story can then be revealed through the contemplation of each one. Each photograph is printed on paper made of Kozo, a plant originally from Japan. The use of this material refers to the organic symbiosis that characterizes the work of Masako Miyazaki. Through, 木 - A tree -, the artist invites the viewer to enter an environment where time seems to stop.