In 2016 Italy faced a heavy immigration from the coasts of North Africa. Most of them demanded a refugee status and the government had to organize a difficult situation with 130 thousands of asylum seekers. A group of them had been allocated in the Italian Alps, in the valley of Cadore. I wanted to see this curios situation by myself, as I was interested in the connection between their personal stories, the territory and mountainous communities. After spending some time with them I became aware that this story had to be narrated from different points of views. I provided a point&shoot camera to Kamara, a Gambian refugee living in Vallesina, a tiny village with only 20 inhabitants left and asked him to photograph his friends, what they were doing in their free time, school and so on. These images are the results of both mine and Kamara's point of view.