bobbycaputo:

Fjord Life
In Norwegian,Våryr means “spring dizzy”; the word is used to describe what people experience when, after the long, dark winter, the days begin to lengthen. Some of Hans Kristian’s photographs of people on the west coast of Norway exemplify Våryr. Riise told me, “I got this feeling, like I could just go anywhere, drive up to the sea, swim in the river and find a café. People seem to have time for you, they’re like tourists, taking a bus and then walking without any destination in mind.”
(Continue Reading)
Zoom Info
bobbycaputo:

Fjord Life
In Norwegian,Våryr means “spring dizzy”; the word is used to describe what people experience when, after the long, dark winter, the days begin to lengthen. Some of Hans Kristian’s photographs of people on the west coast of Norway exemplify Våryr. Riise told me, “I got this feeling, like I could just go anywhere, drive up to the sea, swim in the river and find a café. People seem to have time for you, they’re like tourists, taking a bus and then walking without any destination in mind.”
(Continue Reading)
Zoom Info
bobbycaputo:

Fjord Life
In Norwegian,Våryr means “spring dizzy”; the word is used to describe what people experience when, after the long, dark winter, the days begin to lengthen. Some of Hans Kristian’s photographs of people on the west coast of Norway exemplify Våryr. Riise told me, “I got this feeling, like I could just go anywhere, drive up to the sea, swim in the river and find a café. People seem to have time for you, they’re like tourists, taking a bus and then walking without any destination in mind.”
(Continue Reading)
Zoom Info
bobbycaputo:

Fjord Life
In Norwegian,Våryr means “spring dizzy”; the word is used to describe what people experience when, after the long, dark winter, the days begin to lengthen. Some of Hans Kristian’s photographs of people on the west coast of Norway exemplify Våryr. Riise told me, “I got this feeling, like I could just go anywhere, drive up to the sea, swim in the river and find a café. People seem to have time for you, they’re like tourists, taking a bus and then walking without any destination in mind.”
(Continue Reading)
Zoom Info
bobbycaputo:

Fjord Life
In Norwegian,Våryr means “spring dizzy”; the word is used to describe what people experience when, after the long, dark winter, the days begin to lengthen. Some of Hans Kristian’s photographs of people on the west coast of Norway exemplify Våryr. Riise told me, “I got this feeling, like I could just go anywhere, drive up to the sea, swim in the river and find a café. People seem to have time for you, they’re like tourists, taking a bus and then walking without any destination in mind.”
(Continue Reading)
Zoom Info
bobbycaputo:

Fjord Life
In Norwegian,Våryr means “spring dizzy”; the word is used to describe what people experience when, after the long, dark winter, the days begin to lengthen. Some of Hans Kristian’s photographs of people on the west coast of Norway exemplify Våryr. Riise told me, “I got this feeling, like I could just go anywhere, drive up to the sea, swim in the river and find a café. People seem to have time for you, they’re like tourists, taking a bus and then walking without any destination in mind.”
(Continue Reading)
Zoom Info
bobbycaputo:

Fjord Life
In Norwegian,Våryr means “spring dizzy”; the word is used to describe what people experience when, after the long, dark winter, the days begin to lengthen. Some of Hans Kristian’s photographs of people on the west coast of Norway exemplify Våryr. Riise told me, “I got this feeling, like I could just go anywhere, drive up to the sea, swim in the river and find a café. People seem to have time for you, they’re like tourists, taking a bus and then walking without any destination in mind.”
(Continue Reading)
Zoom Info
bobbycaputo:

Fjord Life
In Norwegian,Våryr means “spring dizzy”; the word is used to describe what people experience when, after the long, dark winter, the days begin to lengthen. Some of Hans Kristian’s photographs of people on the west coast of Norway exemplify Våryr. Riise told me, “I got this feeling, like I could just go anywhere, drive up to the sea, swim in the river and find a café. People seem to have time for you, they’re like tourists, taking a bus and then walking without any destination in mind.”
(Continue Reading)
Zoom Info
bobbycaputo:

Fjord Life
In Norwegian,Våryr means “spring dizzy”; the word is used to describe what people experience when, after the long, dark winter, the days begin to lengthen. Some of Hans Kristian’s photographs of people on the west coast of Norway exemplify Våryr. Riise told me, “I got this feeling, like I could just go anywhere, drive up to the sea, swim in the river and find a café. People seem to have time for you, they’re like tourists, taking a bus and then walking without any destination in mind.”
(Continue Reading)
Zoom Info
bobbycaputo:

Fjord Life
In Norwegian,Våryr means “spring dizzy”; the word is used to describe what people experience when, after the long, dark winter, the days begin to lengthen. Some of Hans Kristian’s photographs of people on the west coast of Norway exemplify Våryr. Riise told me, “I got this feeling, like I could just go anywhere, drive up to the sea, swim in the river and find a café. People seem to have time for you, they’re like tourists, taking a bus and then walking without any destination in mind.”
(Continue Reading)
Zoom Info

bobbycaputo:

Fjord Life

In Norwegian,Våryr means “spring dizzy”; the word is used to describe what people experience when, after the long, dark winter, the days begin to lengthen. Some of Hans Kristian’s photographs of people on the west coast of Norway exemplify Våryr. Riise told me, “I got this feeling, like I could just go anywhere, drive up to the sea, swim in the river and find a café. People seem to have time for you, they’re like tourists, taking a bus and then walking without any destination in mind.”

(Continue Reading)