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August 2013
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Large natural art installations

Lofoten Islands. Wooden houses. ©Marie Le Fort

Only very slightly detached from the mainland, this string of Norwegian islands – subjected to altitudes more extreme than those of Iceland – is full of coves and hidden treasures: they protect the white sandy beaches and shelter the dark red wood houses and colorful fishing boats, being tossed around by the waves. Cod dries in the open air, looking like knitting on perforated wooden structures. From a distance, it looks like a large natural art installation.

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