Part of the Tríptico elemental de España, a great fresco with the structure of a diagonal line that crosses Spain from west to east: it begins in Galicia (earth, mud) with Acariño Galaico, continues through Castilla (fire) with Fuego en Castilla and ends with the Andalusian explosion (water, light) of Aguaespejo Granadino. The Triptych culminates with the "vertex film" Ojalá, conceived as a prologue or epilogue.
This "lyrical plastic audiovisual essay", as the author subtitled the work, is illustrated from fragments of the Granada author's environment, such as flamenco singing and dancing, Moorish and Gypsy faces, caves and architecture. Granada, the gardens, the arches, ponds and fountains of the Alhambra, Sierra Nevada, the calm... images that, seen through the poem that accompanies them, take on a new meaning. Val del Omar films the material guided by mysticism, using some of his inventions, such as the use of filters, a water lens, fragments taken frame-by-frame and diaphonic sound (the creation of two melodies of an instrument). He plays with the idea of essence and appearance, light and shadow, image and reflection, “water, mirror of life."