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Rising Land

The High Coast, Sweden's middle-northern rocky coastline, with quaint harbours surrounded by steep mountains: bays and inlets, islands and canals, everything framed by forested mountains. Never really standing still, constantly climbing, 8 to 9 millimeters per year. And people live in this landscape, they live this imaginary myth -- the past myth of the ice age, the coming myth of wonder and glory of stars; some embody these mythical days, and are legends living in a legendary landscape, just waiting for the next flying star to burn.

This project was part of 'The Return of the Photobook' workshop tutored by photographers Kent Klich, Nina Korhonen and book designer Greger Ulf Nilson.