Bluetide tells, in photographs and text, about the power of the sea and its impact on the people in the little North Portuguese fishing village Apùlia. The village is situated at the Western coast of Portugal, which is hit by rough winter storms every year, when sand masses are carried away with the waves. Several houses had already fallen into the sea, and after a couple of years, Cedobém, the fishers' settlement of Apùlia, would be swallowed by the Atlantic Ocean.
Bluetide Photographs Joakim Eskildsen
Texts (English and Portuguese) by Cia Rinne 52 pages, 69 photographs
23,5 cmx30 cm
Edition of 800 copies Opus 33 (self-published), 1997