We take pictures of what stands out in our daily lives to keep memories of what disrupts the quotidian. However, photography can also change how we see and perceive daily life. Based on this idea, I challenged myself to shoot something banal and not so interesting at the most ordinary place, my house. The result is this small photo series called “Time suspended”, an attempt to see and show the magnificent details and hidden beauty inside my fridge. By throwing something in the freezer, we suspend time passage and postpone experiences, like when we take pictures.