Sweden’s Midsommar festival, which takes place on the longest day of the year, holds enough tradition and merriment to last the rest of the year. The holiday celebrates the summer solstice and the connection between nature and one’s sense of self. But last year, when photographer Michelle Bablitz was ready to frolic through the festivities, the maypole would not go up.
Photo by Michelle Bablitz
Photographer Michelle Bablitz journeyed to the small town of Enviken, Sweden, to witness the country’s most iconic celebration of summer.
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