Our flight didn’t leave until the afternoon, which left us time for a morning shoot in Norðradalur. It took me a while to find my spot, but when I did, I was happy – I think I’m getting the hang of shooting the waves! Bit of a last chance but better than never. 😉
It has been a great trip. The Faroe Islands really exceeded my expectations (what little I had of them), and the group of islands so small that you can explore most of it during a week. The landscape is spectacular with mountains rising straight from the sea everywhere, it’s like the whole coastline is a Norwegian fjord. We also didn’t see almost any other photographers or even tourists, so it felt like a real chance of getting some pictures that the world and their brother don’t already have. Obviously this the low season, but still. It’s a striking difference to Iceland which is soon going to wear out itself. The landscape has a lot of similarities to Iceland though, so if you don’t need the glaciers and geysers, you should visit the Faroe Islands instead! Ok fair enough, there’s a lot more to Iceland than glaciers and geysers, but what I’m trying to say is that the Faroe Islands really made an impression on me and I would absolutely love to visit it another time!