On a map you will find Sejerø in the very centre of Denmark, yet you have to travel an hour by ferry to get to the island. I often spend the time taking photos – the sea and the sky are constantly changing. Boats were once the preferred means of transport when travelling in Denmark. Today many of the country's larger islands are connected by bridges, but with 7200 kilometres of coastline and 72 inhabited islands, many parts of Denmark still depend on ferries. This photo project is about the slow poetry of ferries, approaching Sejerø or any other island.