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Got to meet the amazingly talented and sweet @anjalielisabeth and her husband, when they booked a photo session with me, on there travels to The Faroe Islands earlier this month. We met through instagram, but after meeting them irl - I feel like we've gained precious friends from a very different part of the world. A photoshoot with sheep was the dream and I of course made that happen 🐏🐑 Cutest Olaf turned on his charm and even Rita stroke a pose. Do you know someone who would like a photoshoot with sheep ?
About 5 minutes after we got to this beautiful view it started pouring raining! It was our last hike together this past summer and we really wanted to enjoy the view that we had just hiked to. It did not stop raining.... and we sat there for about 20-30 minutes 😅😫🙈😂 Although it was really sad sitting in the rain and having all sorts of plans (making a film, taking cool photos and enjoying a cup of tea) that we couldn’t do... it was a great time and we made fun memories 😜 Thankful for @kirstinvang 😘 Anyway take a look at out us sitting waiting for the view to get better, while eating gummy bears. And also see us walking home for 2 hours in the pouring rain and wild winds (excuse my face in the second video😂) 🙈🇫🇴 #atlanticadventures
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Me in the far of a fishing boat, on a steep cliff on the island Vágar in Faroe Islands. Photo: @gisow
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Soon the Faroe islands will be covered with snow ⛄️ Photo by: 🏆 @chriseyrewalker 🏆 ◾️ Please visit our featured artist’s gallery for more amazing pics and show your support! ◾️ Share your photos with us: #roamthefaroeislands
Take a seat in the front row and just enjoy the show.
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Hey! Here I am with my first shot from my last trip to the Faroe Islands. This is probably the coolest light that @giovannini_jonathan and myself experienced during our trip.
We were walking on a crazy steep grass because we had been to another spot in the afternoon and we wanted to reach Kalsoy lighthouse for sunset which was only a few kilometers meters far. But we were not facing the sunset view so we didn't know exactly how the light condition was. As we arrived on the cliff, the light was just amazing and the detail towards the famous sea stacks Risin and Kellingin (the giant and the witch) was incredible. We were so stunned by this light condition that we kept shooting details and we both forgot to frame a wide angle view from the famous lighthouse.
Let me know in the comments if it was worth it! 🔥
Big thanks to @visitfaroeislands for having us in the Faroes!
Been working the last few days on new and updated content for the e-learning portal at Northern Workshops :)
Everything is being uploaded in 4K to Vimeo which is a lot better and faster than YouTube.
All participants gets access to this portal when signing up for one of our photo workshops and there is A LOT of content there. Check out the link in the bio.
Viðareiði is the northernmost settlement on the Faroe Islands and lies on the Island of Viðoy. In the back Mount Villingdalsfjall rises over 844 meters from the water. It is the highest mountain in the North Islands and the third-largest in the entire Faroese archipelago 🇫🇴 Who can spot the tiny chapel in this image? #visitfaroeislands#faroeislands#atlanticocean
Streymoy, Faroe Islands: This black sand beach, bayside, end of the road village would have to make it on a Faroe top 5 list for us. The views were incredible, and it's location at the very north end of Streymoy, really makes you feel like you're at the end of the world. (The road doesn't even continue!) I am working on blog posts right now where I will mashup the most epic 3 and 7 day itineraries, given what I know after our trip, and I think it would be awesome to add one night in one of the 5 Airbnb's here. You can hike behind the village, and make as much out of it as you want. We just hiked up 10 minutes to see a view of the town, but the path actually continues up the bowl you see on the left, all the way to Saksun! #hungerlustfaroe#tjørnuvík#faroeislands
Certa vez, assistido o National Geographic vi um lugar inusitado. O que era aquilo? Uma cachoeira caindo de uma alta encosta diretamente no oceano.
Eram as Ilhas Faroé. Onde fica isso, perguntei. Jurei que uma dia iria lá.
E aqui estou. Um pedaço perdido do paraíso na Terra. A cada canto das ilhas um espetáculo da natureza.
E apesar de chover quase todo dia do ano, o sol se fez presente para eu admirar a vila de Gasadalur e sua Cachoeira Mulafossur. ———————-/——————————— 🇺🇸Once, watching National Geographic I saw an unusual place. What was that? A waterfall falling from a high slope directly into the ocean.
They were the Faroe Islands. Where is that, I wondered. I swore that I'd go there someday.
And here I am. A lost piece of paradise on earth. Every corner of the island a spectacle of nature.
Although rains almost every day of the year, the sun was present for me to admire the village of Gasadalur and its Mulafossur waterfall.
this Gásadalur village was isolated till 2004, when a tunnel was made, until then this village with population of 10 people was reachable only by a helicopter or by foot, well good luck with that - see the mountain?
uzaktan bakıldığında lego oyuncaklar gibi görünen evleriyle faroe adaları'nın en tatlı köyü.💚
faroe seyahatim sırasında 50 haneli bu küçük köyde bir gün geçirdim. doğası, mimarisi ve insanlarıyla masal kitaplarındaki yerleri andırıyordu. köyün en tatlı sokağına ışınlanmak isterseniz sağa kaydırabilirsiniz.➡️ #faroeislands#visitfaroeislands#gjogv#faroe#vagar#bour#torshavn
This place is pure magic🇫🇴. Situated on a seaside cliff overlooking a waterfall into the ocean, Gasadalur might be one of the most beautiful villages on the faroe islands. From above with crazy conditions like this, it's even more beautiful. Look at the waterfall to get a taste of how windy it was!! #visitfaroeislands#faroeislands#atlanticocean