Removing portraits of teenagers who survived the massacre by Anders Breivik in a youth camp on Utøya island, Norwegian photographer Andrea Yestvang (Andrea Gjestvang) questioned them about how they live today.
Ilva Schwenke, 15 years, Tromsø
"Every morning, I think about my life - sometimes that is already made, sometimes - of the future. If there is some thought that sticks out in my mind like a splinter, - it is thought that the day could be my last. Now, when I go in the car, I think, a truck in the next row can dramatically curtail our band, and I will die sooner than understand what is happening. And I no longer trust strangers. Do not fear them, just it seems to me that something might happen. But I try to look at everything positively. Whatever happened in the past, it has already happened. "
Alexander Sandberg, 16 years, Levanger
"After some time after July 22, I knew I had to force myself to think of something else. I often think about how unfair the world works and what you can do with it. And I realized how important it is to have a family. Now it seems to me that I was almost back to its normal state. I never saw what happened on July 22 as an attack on me personally, because today I do not have any particular fears. "
Ida Carolina Broholm, 21 years old, cunning
"It was not easy to return to his native town, because I was, after all," the girl, who was in the Utøya. " But it helped me, now everything is different. Sometimes I feel like getting lost in his own memories. I close my eyes and see the day when I lost those she loved. I remember well the night before July 22, I was sitting in a tent with three boys, and they sang in unison to me lullabies. One of them is no more. "
Eivind Rindalen, 23, Tolga
"What is happening today - the sense of unity that binds us together, - it has led many to think that he, the man, has never been the same as we are. But he was one of us, I know. Now, after 22 July, I promised myself that I would do everything possible to Norway has been free, democratic and maximally different. If ultra consider me a traitor for me from now on it would be a compliment. "
Eirin Kristin Kjaer, 20 years old, Laksvatn
"By the fall of my wounds have healed, but the head was going wrong. I felt empty inside and fatigue. The first time I cried in December. I get scared when the phone starts ringing when I saw the police ... Then I began to dream of those who died on the island. we were doing the most ordinary things in these dreams - and walked all that. I wake up after these dreams - and I'm happy. "
Hannah Ness, 20 years, Namsos
"I remember very well, as I have a dead body falls Lena Mary, my best friend. Then she began to haunt me - sitting on the corner of my bed. I was angry with her because she was already dead, and I knew it. I tried to get rid of it, but nothing worked. I saw her as clearly as what I see right now. She sat and sat with a slight smile on his face - until the day when she was buried. "
Chkhetiani Natia, 23, Kutaisi
"It was the first time me and my friend went beyond Georgia. Scandinavia has always attracted me - especially the Scandinavian model of socialism. We were discouraged from going, but we went. Now my friend is dead, and I, too, could not survive the day. Now I feel part of a larger organism, which is trying to recover from his wounds. Such a feeling of cohesion and unity I have not experienced yet never. "
Cecilia Herlovsen, 17 years, Sarpsborg
"I remember how I looked at the doctor, who stood over my bed in the hospital. They said they would have to amputate the arm. My mother and father and brother stood nearby. By the time I had already resigned. Completely useless due to injuries, the hand just hang out. Today - as soon as I need help - someone immediately came to my rescue, and I got used to the idea that I have to live with one hand. "
Iselin Rose Borch, 15, Grong
"After Utøya began torturing me terrible nightmares, I was afraid of the dark, and almost could not sleep properly. Then my mother and I decided to get another dog, and so we have the Athena house. Now every night she is sleeping, climbing to my stomach. Everyone tells me that I have very much grown up over the last year. My friends are watching a reality show, but I can not watch them. I'd rather read a book. "
Prablen Kaur, 19, Oslo
"The darkness. / I'm in the water. / Time, space, color, / Everything flows.
Time is frozen, smashed into smithereens. / My way is lost sight of.
Twilight shadows left behind, with me still. "
Mathias Ekhof, 21 years old, Akershus
"When I hear the word Utøya, I represent a safe and wonderful place, there is still the island seems to me that way. I was in hospital for three weeks and five days, just lay there and did nothing. For eleven days, I did nine operations. Balance autumn I spent on crutches. I did not go out all day watching the news. I thought that the return to normal life has no chance, but then I began to again engage in floorball, and it helped me get back to normal. Sometimes, going up the stairs, I think of his injuries. I do not think about the future and try to live for today. None of us knows for sure what will happen tomorrow. "
Sebastian Johansen Pere, 15 years old, Trondelag
"When I came back from the island were waiting for me in the garden friends, we ate muffins and watched a movie. Life goes on no matter what. I still wear the bracelet "Utøya", not to forget all the beautiful things that were before it happened. My older brother gave me a ticket to the island. He always went there and told me how remarkable it. He introduced me to his friends, and in the evening we played the guitar. At his funeral, I was playing the piano, "What are the words." Sometimes I think that I've always been an only child, I really miss him. "