A 250 km hike in the vast and remote areas of northern Sweden documenting the journey through landscape and through the mind while being there and walking.

Double spreads of an unfinalized book layout.



To lose yourself: a voluptuous surrender, lost in your arms, lost to the world, utterly immersed in what is present so that its surroundings fade away. […] to be lost is to be fully present, and to be fully present is to be capable of being in uncertainty and mystery. And one does not get lost but loses oneself, with the implication that it is a conscious choice, a chosen surrender a psychic state achievable through geography.

A Field Guide to Getting Lost, R. Solnit

Walking, ideally, is a state in which the mind, the body, and the world are aligned, as though they were three characters finally in conversation together, three notes suddenly making a chord. Walking allows us to be in our bodies and in the world without being made busy by them. It leaves us free to think without being wholly lost in our thoughts.

Wanderlust - A History of Walking R. Solnit