Asylum seekers who illegally cross Mediterranean waters in a dinghey are usually allowed to have only one small bag on them. They take whatever is most needed. It always is a mobile phone and ID. Some people take their combs, some take preyer beads. Children hide small toys in their pockets. They get into dinghies with their life jackets on, having the water as a carrier and an enemy. The Sea tries to grab it all. The Greek shore becomes a museum of past lives of thousands of migrants, who left part of their identity behind.