Do the images show really what we see? It is said that a good image does not need captions to understand its content or description to communicate the message the photographer wants to convey. This is certainly true for certain types of photographs where symbolism is emphasized. A good image is certainly the art of showing and photos that privilege the fact of communicating a message rather than showing facts can be looked at leaving a part of suggestiveness that the viewer is free to interpret. But when it comes to photo reportage, the collective experience tends to show that an image, however good and symbolic it may be, cannot do without at least a short caption to locate the place, date and context in order to better understand what we are looking at.