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The Icelandic sheep, a hardy beast, can endure freezing temperatures and prolonged hunger. It's tougher and more stubborn than your average animal. Some say the Icelandic mentality is not so different from that of our sheep. There you'll find a small community of farmers who have chosen to farm sheep only. The people live off the land, as Icelanders have done for hundreds of years. Far from bright lights and big cities, people in the Arnes region live surrounded by steep mountains and waves crashing on the shore. In Arnes 38 people live in 15 homes all year round. In the whole area there are more than 2700 sheep. Life in Arnes is pretty set, every season has its tasks and chores. Everything runs according to the everlasting circle of life.
Text by Kristin Heiba Kristinsdottir


The Icelandic sheep, a hardy beast, can endure freezing temperatures and prolonged hunger. It's tougher and more stubborn than your average animal. Some say the Icelandic mentality is not so different from that of our sheep. There you'll find a small community of farmers who have chosen to farm sheep only. The people live off the land, as Icelanders have done for hundreds of years. Far from bright lights and big cities, people in the Arnes region live surrounded by steep mountains and waves crashing on the shore. In Arnes 38 people live in 15 homes all year round. In the whole area there are more than 2700 sheep. Life in Arnes is pretty set, every season has its tasks and chores. Everything runs according to the everlasting circle of life.
Text by Kristin Heiba Kristinsdottir


The Icelandic sheep, a hardy beast, can endure freezing temperatures and prolonged hunger. It's tougher and more stubborn than your average animal. Some say the Icelandic mentality is not so different from that of our sheep. There you'll find a small community of farmers who have chosen to farm sheep only. The people live off the land, as Icelanders have done for hundreds of years. Far from bright lights and big cities, people in the Arnes region live surrounded by steep mountains and waves crashing on the shore. In Arnes 38 people live in 15 homes all year round. In the whole area there are more than 2700 sheep. Life in Arnes is pretty set, every season has its tasks and chores. Everything runs according to the everlasting circle of life.
Text by Kristin Heiba Kristinsdottir


The Icelandic sheep, a hardy beast, can endure freezing temperatures and prolonged hunger. It's tougher and more stubborn than your average animal. Some say the Icelandic mentality is not so different from that of our sheep. There you'll find a small community of farmers who have chosen to farm sheep only. The people live off the land, as Icelanders have done for hundreds of years. Far from bright lights and big cities, people in the Arnes region live surrounded by steep mountains and waves crashing on the shore. In Arnes 38 people live in 15 homes all year round. In the whole area there are more than 2700 sheep. Life in Arnes is pretty set, every season has its tasks and chores. Everything runs according to the everlasting circle of life.
Text by Kristin Heiba Kristinsdottir


The Icelandic sheep, a hardy beast, can endure freezing temperatures and prolonged hunger. It's tougher and more stubborn than your average animal. Some say the Icelandic mentality is not so different from that of our sheep. There you'll find a small community of farmers who have chosen to farm sheep only. The people live off the land, as Icelanders have done for hundreds of years. Far from bright lights and big cities, people in the Arnes region live surrounded by steep mountains and waves crashing on the shore. In Arnes 38 people live in 15 homes all year round. In the whole area there are more than 2700 sheep. Life in Arnes is pretty set, every season has its tasks and chores. Everything runs according to the everlasting circle of life.
Text by Kristin Heiba Kristinsdottir


The Icelandic sheep, a hardy beast, can endure freezing temperatures and prolonged hunger. It's tougher and more stubborn than your average animal. Some say the Icelandic mentality is not so different from that of our sheep. There you'll find a small community of farmers who have chosen to farm sheep only. The people live off the land, as Icelanders have done for hundreds of years. Far from bright lights and big cities, people in the Arnes region live surrounded by steep mountains and waves crashing on the shore. In Arnes 38 people live in 15 homes all year round. In the whole area there are more than 2700 sheep. Life in Arnes is pretty set, every season has its tasks and chores. Everything runs according to the everlasting circle of life.
Text by Kristin Heiba Kristinsdottir


The Icelandic sheep, a hardy beast, can endure freezing temperatures and prolonged hunger. It's tougher and more stubborn than your average animal. Some say the Icelandic mentality is not so different from that of our sheep. There you'll find a small community of farmers who have chosen to farm sheep only. The people live off the land, as Icelanders have done for hundreds of years. Far from bright lights and big cities, people in the Arnes region live surrounded by steep mountains and waves crashing on the shore. In Arnes 38 people live in 15 homes all year round. In the whole area there are more than 2700 sheep. Life in Arnes is pretty set, every season has its tasks and chores. Everything runs according to the everlasting circle of life.
Text by Kristin Heiba Kristinsdottir


The Icelandic sheep, a hardy beast, can endure freezing temperatures and prolonged hunger. It's tougher and more stubborn than your average animal. Some say the Icelandic mentality is not so different from that of our sheep. There you'll find a small community of farmers who have chosen to farm sheep only. The people live off the land, as Icelanders have done for hundreds of years. Far from bright lights and big cities, people in the Arnes region live surrounded by steep mountains and waves crashing on the shore. In Arnes 38 people live in 15 homes all year round. In the whole area there are more than 2700 sheep. Life in Arnes is pretty set, every season has its tasks and chores. Everything runs according to the everlasting circle of life.
Text by Kristin Heiba Kristinsdottir


The Icelandic sheep, a hardy beast, can endure freezing temperatures and prolonged hunger. It's tougher and more stubborn than your average animal. Some say the Icelandic mentality is not so different from that of our sheep. There you'll find a small community of farmers who have chosen to farm sheep only. The people live off the land, as Icelanders have done for hundreds of years. Far from bright lights and big cities, people in the Arnes region live surrounded by steep mountains and waves crashing on the shore. In Arnes 38 people live in 15 homes all year round. In the whole area there are more than 2700 sheep. Life in Arnes is pretty set, every season has its tasks and chores. Everything runs according to the everlasting circle of life.
Text by Kristin Heiba Kristinsdottir


The Icelandic sheep, a hardy beast, can endure freezing temperatures and prolonged hunger. It's tougher and more stubborn than your average animal. Some say the Icelandic mentality is not so different from that of our sheep. There you'll find a small community of farmers who have chosen to farm sheep only. The people live off the land, as Icelanders have done for hundreds of years. Far from bright lights and big cities, people in the Arnes region live surrounded by steep mountains and waves crashing on the shore. In Arnes 38 people live in 15 homes all year round. In the whole area there are more than 2700 sheep. Life in Arnes is pretty set, every season has its tasks and chores. Everything runs according to the everlasting circle of life.
Text by Kristin Heiba Kristinsdottir