Taken in the summer of 2019 on a little island in Hardanger, Norway called Sild. I arrived on the island by sailboat and then camped on the island hoping to find something great to photograph. I was awakened the next morning by the sound of bleeting sheeps grazing close by, wich was kind of strange being on a somewhat isolated island in the fjord. This was indeed an opportunity for me as I was doing a personal project on sheep in Norway that would showcase their unique personalities.
I was surprised on how I was able to get so quite close to them as I dont think that they are that familiar to humans. After about an hour of rolling around on the grass with my camera and crawling around taking images of the small heard of sheep I finally got real close to the black sheep and almost caught it by surprise, hence the strange expression on her face. This was indeed the decisive moment.
SILD | SPÆLSAU
80cm x 100cm Glycee pigmnent print on Hahnemühle photo rag paper (310 gsm), printed with an Epson P20000 , then mounted on 10mm Stadur board. It is then placed in a oak float frame. Comes with certificate of authenticity. Limited edition 1 of 10.