A hoverfly, frozen in time, just as it hits a bottle of water. Is this a perfect example of Henri Cartier-Bresson’s Decisive Moment? Maybe it’s just a question of how lucky or skilful the photographer is. Or perhaps it’s an illusionary trick. Ramón de Campoamor once said: “In this treacherous world: nothing is either truth or lie; everything depends on the color of the crystal that one looks through.”