The series of "Paisajes literarios" draws a bridge between writing and landscape. This body of work starts by summoning the literary image, conveying the moment of discovery in a particular reading. It describes the luminous instant in which the image and the environment become of greater importance than the action depicted in the narration. The simple gesture of enclosing passages of classic works in graphite circles, invites us to read them differently while focusing on sensations that emerge from a given space, phenomenological effects or a landscape in its entirety.