Njupeskärs Vattenfall, on the Norwegian Border, is Sweden’s tallest waterfall. As it faces Northeast, and is close enough to the Arctic Circle, it only receives direct sunlight on the two days either side of the Summer solstice. This gives the falls, and the entire canyon, an air of Nordic mystery and opens the imagination to the possibility of inhabited spirits. 

Each interpretation is one of inclusion and emergence: the painted body and countenance are as one with the water, rock, and revelation

Njupeskärs Vattenfall