Each image evokes a fairytale or fable, bound by a Narnian quality. Hounds bend to mirror tree branches. A curious dog in misty Katanoah peers down a surreal rocketship, a spaceclad human smiles at the viewer. Hitchcockian birds chatter. A lonely horse laments under the night sky in Pyhajarvi. In Ristisaari, a frog swims in a trail of full lunar light, jovial and mischievous. In the White Sea, Russia, a pack of canines is inexplicably poised, rigidly sat around a motorbike in a hierarchical, Orwellian fashion. It's undoubtedly compelling. The landscapes are ashen – often rejoining in the brightness of white morning sun or the mystery of the dark nocturnal skies. They are shot in areas spanning Siberia, Africa and Asia, as well as in Sammallahti’s birthplace Finland.