Woods and wood: ambiguous words in the unique and wide semantic field of Anglo-Saxon languages. They are matter and moulding substances in our Spanish language. They have scents, they have colours, they bend, they warp, they age, they last.
Wood is a living matter which adopts whimsical shapes and expected shapes; a living matter in which men keep sharpening ancestral skills. Wood is incidental and timeless, it is the volatile essentiality of what is human.