Frostnip and faces

In her hometown Etne, thereĀ is an old and mysterious house. Mysterious because it’s rotten and falling apart, but is located in one of the most beautiful spot of the village.

Every morning, the sun hits the windows and gives life to everything inside. Colors vibrate and the house almost moves due to its condition. It was quite a thrill to shoot there, as if they would fall through the floor any minute.

About the author:
Linn Heidi Stokkedal was born in 1989. She lives and works in Bergen, Norway as a freelance photographer, and is finishing her masters in art history. She got her photography education from The Norwegian School of Photography and has been published by such as The Wall Street Journal, Pig Quarterly Magazine, Sang Bleu Magazine and Contributor magazine.

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