The film starts with shots from the port of Aegina with moments from the daily life of its inhabitants. Fishermen clean their nets, a priest crosses the road, carriages waiting for visitors, discussions in the cafe as a ship approaches the pier.
Later on, we watch views from the city of Aegina as the car leaves behind neoclassical, two-story and one-story houses with small balconies and then small white houses as we now move to the provincial roads of Aegina.
The car passes in front of a noria well, where horses with blinders, tied with ropes, and held by their necks with a wooden beam that reaches the top of the noria, they turn around to set in motion the vertical axis, to turn the gear , and empty the buckets to water the earth.
The film closes with the filmmaker's companion smiling teasingly.