Aftersun looks at abandoned water parks and entertainment venues that lie today in ruins. These are places that should be full of people and perhaps that is precisely why they are now places where emptiness and silence increase the aesthetic intensity. Devastation lives together here, however, with the intrinsic beauty of abandonment. The natural landscape gains ground and reappears as if it had always remained there, sleeping beneath the concrete paving. Man had once done away with Nature in these places and now Nature is gradually reclaiming its domain. The rain timidly fills up water chutes and pools, plants hug architectural structures… everything happens quite delicately. The line between the natural and the artificial becomes blurred. Suddenly, the parks’ features become abstract and decontextualized: they change as Nature gradually devours them.