by Hebe Robinson

on 21 March 2011

Vinstad is an abandoned fishing village in Lofoten, northern Norway. In the past, many families lived here, but today there is only one permanent resident left. Still, the memories of this place and those who lived here, live on through old photographs.
These photographs are about time.


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