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  • A little background on the stories I will share in the next couple of weeks.

    They were all taken at the national park of Gotska Sandön* - the most isolated island you can find in the Baltic. As the name suggests the island dominated by sandy beaches and the whole island is restlessly and unpredictably moving and resettling.

    In the north-west corner you find the settlement Fyrbyen** where the park rangers live around the year. They were taken off-seson, with no other guests. This story looks into the Fyrbyen a day late in september.

    * literally «The Gotlandic Sand Island»
    ** literally «The Lighthouse Village»

    Story pieced together from an image from the «Skogen i havet» project in 1987. Image created by Annica and Margareta.
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