Abandoned architecture beyond the Arctic Circle
• Abandoned architecture of the Arctic Circle
Britt Marie Photographer Bai went from Oslo and started a new life in the Arctic, where the documents are old, abandoned, facing away from civilization at home.
"I took pictures of abandoned houses in the Arctic Circle in Norway for several years, - says Britt Marie Bai. - After spending so much time in the north, I completely fell in love with the unpredictable weather, spectacular scenery, dazzling and constantly changing light, kindness of people and endless possibilities. So I moved! I sold my apartment, said goodbye to his family and friends and start a new life in the Arctic.
It was not easy to cope with the new environment and start all over again. Not to mention the fact that here the snow in June and September of snow, and at any time of the year, too, the snow. But I have the opportunity to spend your free time by exploring the beautiful surroundings, and share stories of long forgotten homes, making it the right decision. " North Norway, with its heterogeneous landscapes - land with harsh natural beauty and wonderful place to stay in seclusion. And at the same time as Honore de Balzac he said: "Loneliness - a wonderful thing. But make sure to be near someone who could be from time to time to say what a wonderful thing the loneliness. "
New pictures of Britt Marie Bai (Britt Marie Bye) can be found in Instagram.
Marie Bai says that not all old houses are abandoned and neglected. In some from time to time be returned to their owners, for example, in this mansion.
This is the same house as above. He was so pleased with the photographer that she came back and planted it again in the snow.