My jötun Greip and his vanir. Greip is a young jötun who wanted to travel and see the worlds. His father exauced his wish (irony here) by making a treaty with a wealthy vanir family : his exotic son and a trade agreement between their two families in exchange of precious vanir product and other riches. At first Greip wasn't against this agreement, he wanted to leave Jotunheimr and his father who was more and more cruel and greedy. But he didn't know that once with the vanirs they will let him with the eldest son of the family in a lonely mountain village. Actually they used Greip in order to pressure their son into an arranged marriage, as long as he won't yield to their request they will let Greip in his care. What they didn't expect was their son to tolerate the jötun and even grow fond of him. Greip made everything to fit with vanir and help him.
The picture is about the first time Greip actually was useful to his vanir. Living in a lonely mountain village he had to substain to his own needs, fishing, chasing, cultivating by himself. The first time they went fishing Greip noticed how hard it was for a simple vanir. As a jötun fishing is one of the most natural thing for him and, while the vanir spent a long time to build his fishing stick, he caught a dozen of fishes in some minutes. Since this day his vanir finally gave him attention and recognition. And actually enjoyed seeing him chasing with a great determination and come out of water, hands full of prey and a big grin on his face.