Estelza was a beautiful mermaid who lived in the depths of the ocean. She had always been fascinated by the world above, where humans lived and breathed. But what intrigued her the most were the girls on land who held cameras and made selfies.
Estelza longed to capture her own image, but as a mermaid, she had no way to do so. She became jealous of the girls on land who could take pictures of themselves and capture memories of their lives. But one day, Estelza had an idea. She invented a way to create a duplicate of herself, which would assume the position of an imaginary camera.
Once reunited, Estelza could see herself in the memory of her copy. This technique changed everything for her. She was able to capture images of herself and keep them as memories. And soon, it was the girls on land who were jealous of her.
News of Estelza’s invention quickly spread, and people far and wide came to see the mermaid who could capture her own image. But with fame came danger. Estelza found herself being hunted by those who wanted to capture her or use her for their own gain.
In the end, Estelza vanished out of sight, but her memory remains. Her invention had changed the way people thought about capturing images, and it had inspired many to think outside of the box. Estelza may have disappeared, but her legacy lived on, inspiring generations to come.