A collection of family album snapshots, ID pictures and personal belongings, lost or discarded by the migrants upon their arrival at the greek island of Lesbos, having made the six-mile sea crossing from Turkey by small boats and overcrowded rubber rafts. As the authorities in Europe are shutting their borders and struggling to deal with the migration crisis, Lesbos has been overwhelmed by an increasing flow of migrants from Syria, Afghanistan, Iraq and elsewhere; making Lesbos the single largest European recipient of new migrants in 2015. The pictures were found on the rocky shores, among the vegetation or along the dusty roads that migrants walk to reach the nearest refugee camp. Belongings of people who went on to make it or who died along their journey. Evidence of the death of the life they had before fleeing for their lives. The life that once seemed unbreakable is lost. The pictures were photographed in the place of the discovery and on the surfaces available in the immediate vicinity. A symbolic act of rescue. A common rescue. Everyone deserves a rescue, without distinction between economic migrants or refugees; regardless of nationality, political or religious beliefs. It is a shameful and inadmissible defeat for all, when denied.