Tent camping at Langøyene has long traditions. For an ignorant tourist who visits the place during the daytime, the area can quickly look like a remarkable collection of tents in a myriad of colors and sizes, randomly scattered throughout. But in reality, the entangled system is very clear to those who know the codes: After first getting through the countless territories of the geese on the trail up from the ferry, and climbing further up the slopes, one arrives at the festive Chilean camp. The plains straight ahead are popular for tantalizing families with children, while the cliffs on the long side of the island house a campsite of campers, where a herd of people are neighbors for a summer.
TERJE ABUSDAL, b. 1978, documentary photographer residing in Oslo.
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