By Bryony Stone
Woven deep within the sublime beauty of Iceland’s remote East Fjords area is a rich tapestry of stories. “The myths of the town all involve dwarfs, ghosts, and often times unexplained changes in the landscape,” photographer Chantal Anderson explains. “They’re as factual or fluid as the reader chooses to believe.” Chantal’s fittingly mysterious series New Myths explores youth culture in the far-flung area incorporating “the natural landscape, supernatural beings and unexplained phenomena”. “These stories question and appreciate the self-identity and sense of place we create while growing up,” she says.
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