The refuge camp Dadaab in Kenya. During the drought of the summer of 2011, the flow of refugees from the neighbouring country Somalia was vast. Close to a 7,000 people died every day. Some after weeks of walking.
Laurits Emil at the Copenhagen University Hospital. He is staying at the hospital’s section for cancer stricken children. He has leukaemia and needs chemo therapy.
Naturists. At Solbakken Camping, close to Holbæk, nudity is celebrated. Everyone at Solbakken Camping lends a hand if they can. Sven Erik Clausen is good with the lawn tractor, so it’s his job if something heavy needs lifting.
The dream of a better life. Naja and her husband Hans left Greenland to escape alcohol, which had become too dominant in their lives. In Copenhagen, many of their friends also struggle with their addiction, and Naja and Hans continue to fight theirs.
The refuge camp Dadaab in Kenya. These feet belong to a 3-year-old boy, who’s been walking through Somalia with his mother and siblings for 25 days to reach Dadaab..
In 2005, the Kashmir region in Pakistan was struck by a massive earth quake. The quake, which measured a 7,6 on the Richter scale claimed the lives of 88,000 people and left even more people homeless .
Laurits Emil is staying at the hospital’s section for cancer stricken children. During his admission, his mother Pia is with him around the clock.
In a field in Mid Seland, the balloon is being emptied of air after a landing. Tina K. Stampe is one of the few female balloon pilots in Denmark.
Time warp. At Enghavevej in Copenhagen, you will find the hair salon Oui Oui. Not much has changed during the last 30 years.