Mads Nordsveen, a wildlife photographer, went out for a walk in the Oslo area when he came across something remarkable.

They were approached by a very uncommon white reindeer. They looked into one other’s eyes, the photographer said, and it was an unforgettable moment for both of them.

After a little while, the reindeer’s mother appeared, and the baby stood for a few seconds before sprinting over to her. It felt like a scene from a fantasy.

Despite the fact that the reindeer was white, it was not albino. Pegmentation is removed due to a rare genetic mutation. Their antlers and eyes, however, are still dark.