Is the periphery of suburbia an opportunity to build something new, like the myriad of lifeforms colonizing a dead tree – or is the dying countryside cementing a lost habitat that is left behind by urbanization?
Henrik Hellman follows the meandering creek through the surroundings of his hometown, finding comfort in decay, and glimpses of light through dreams of something else.
About the author of Habitat:
Henrik Hellman is based in the small town of Uddebo, located in the western highlands of Sweden. Devoted to film photography he is documenting life and death around the countryside as well as working on conceptual photo projects.