August 18th, 2012


A0504918The Norwegian hytte is much more than a cabin. Or, to be more precise, much less. In its purest form, a hytte has no electricity and no water. It’s often located in the back-country and can only be used during summer. A hytte is usually family property; the hytte is part of Norwegian culture.

I photographed a small hytte on a campsite in Mid-Norway, aptly called Skabu Hyttegrend, on an early morning. Hasselblad H3D-22, HC 3.5/35mm wide angle lens.