Abstract : The presenting paper proposes a reflection under educational processes and learning spaces through ethnography of Conceição?s Lagoon Coast, community located in Florianópolis (SC). The research was conducted in a methodology that prioritized the listening and participation of local children and also the use of photos and videos as research and knowledge production tools.The study shows how the development of methodologies that valorize every day?s trajectories can contribute to a more sensible life and consequently a more significant learning process for everyone. From the images produced and shared in different Medias, the connections between perceptions, memories, education and housing concept became evident. Inspired and in dialogue with authors such as Tim Ingold, Merleau-Ponty, Freire, Cohn and Agostinho da Silva. 10 children between age of 8 to 11 years, from the native community, participated on the process.Between the trails and paths of Costa, the bonds got stronger and the practice of the "anthropology back to life", as proposed by Ingold (2015), was put in practice by anthropological work.