Blue Eyes Crying in the Rain is a documentation of a close-knit hunting community of men in their late 60s and 70s in Aremark, Norway.
In the night they would get together around the fire, they told tales, lies, and laughs, and sometimes some would cry. It was unknown if it was the alcohol that had caused it. The next morning the memory of the night was gone and the day was on repeat.
Softcover White embossed photo book, 190 x 273 mm, 24 pages.
Perfect bound, Munken Polar.
Printed in Oslo, Norway
Self-Published In London, England 2021