Ski-jumping used to be one of the most popular sports in Norway. Today there are only 200 inrun towers left in the country, most of them on the road to destruction. During a couple of years photographer Espen Tveit has photographed most of them. His black and white photographs, printed in triotone, are mysterious and beautiful.
“I have waited for cloudy weather, photographed in rain and climbed in rugged terrain. The old ski-jumps were steeper than the new ones and only few had stairs to climb. I had a standing joke during this period: if anyone asked me how I was doing, I replied that my life had its ups and downs.” - Espen Tveit
Text in English/Norwegian/Swedish. Recommended.
Bumps to two corners.