In the forest of Trandum, Norway
During the second world war, this was the place where around 200 prisoners of war, mostly norwegians, were executed and buried by the germans. Today the place is quite creepy, but a nice memorial has been put up. But it doesn’t change the fact that walking around in the forest seeing the graves makes you feel a slight chill down your back.
This is from my latest project I’ve been working on while living in Berlin this spring. The architecture of the talented Bruno Taut. I really enjoyed working on this project, and I will continue it in the future. Now I’m back in Norway and ready to start editing the photos.