Waterfall: Låtefossen | Fine Art Print

  • £25.00

The Låtefossen A3 print is a part of a series by Thursarn focusing on waterfalls. These beautiful photographs feature some of the most stunning sights in nature and have been put into high quality print so they can be brought into the home. The word "Foss" is the Old Norse word for waterfall and through the Scandinavian expansion during the Viking period, the word remains behind in places like Cumbria in England where names of waterfalls often end with "force".

Asta draws inspiration from the ancient textual sources as well, acknowledging the respect that people of the past held for locations like this. Specifically, she quotes Gylfaginning 16:

" is said that the norns, that dwell in the fountain of Urd, every day take water from the fountain and take clay that lied around the fountain and sprinkle therewith the ash, in order that it's branches may not wither or decay." (Anderson).

These waterfalls and natural wells allow the viewer to remember how deeply significant these locations have been through the ages, both in storytelling and recognising our place in nature.


Material & Make

We have chosen to recreate the Waterfall Series using a high quality C-Type printing method to maintain the best quality of colour reproduction and detail.

The artwork is printed on 250gsm Fuji Matt Art Board. 

As these are archival quality fine art prints and should be handled with care. It is preferable to only touch the edges and we recommend mounting them in a frame behind glass for longevity of care.


About The Artist

Asta Harbo is a Scandinavian photographer with a deep connection to the landscape and heritage of her home. Her work provokes thought regarding rites and ancient perspective about some of the most profound locations across Europe. Her ability to share her personal fascination with these sites is captured with a raw yet inquisitive display of colour and deeply authentic tone.

Prints by Asta are available in her Northern Fire Shop, and you can see more of her work on her page, Thursarn.


Size & Dimensions

A3 (297 x 420mm / 11.7 x 16.5 inches)