Not a deconstruction as such, as it lacks all the elements of the landscape from sky to ground, but an extra big panel featuring detail of buildings on Senja, Norway.
In some ways, this is a rather unfair representation of the place: Norway isn’t big on dereliction and perhaps these pictures give it undue prominence. They do, however, say two things: “colour” and “fish”. Without both, I’m not use what sort of a life people would have north of the Arctic Circle, especially in winter.
We’re hoping to return to Senja with Northshots next winter. Write to Amanda for details. There is so much more to photograph than the aurora. That will follow.