I’ll always have this feeling when seeing a waterfall 😲
Sunset on the hills of Faroe Islands 👌
Today’s 30/30 is a Faroese story about the village of Skarð. I left early this morning and am in Copenhagen now. On to Ireland in the morning.
Faroe Islands Signature ☁️⛰
Day 19: Another day, another a lonely rock in the Atlantic
I wish I had the possibility to land in this place from time to time 👌
Goodbye, islands. I’ll be seeing you.
Day 18: My new dream gravesite
Day 17: Caught a peek of sunshine in the cloudiest place on Earth
The language of the Faroe Islands, Faroese (føroyskt mál) is spoken by about 66,000 people and is a descendant from Old Norse. It is related to Icelandic🇮🇸 and has influence from the Irish language🇨🇮. Since the Faroe Islands are under Danish control since 1388, the language Danish🇩🇰was used for administration and education. This changed in 1854 when Venceslaus Ulricus Hammershaimb established orthography for Faroese, which is still used today. 🇫🇴 #føroyar #faroese
Waterfalls are my favorite part of nature, it’s powerful but at the same time so relaxing.
The same sea flows between our islands.
Who wouldn’t love to wake up every morning and see this view?
Faroe — a soar of cliff birds above the sea, sheer cliffs and a breathlessness of vertigo.
Enjoying the one day of summer on the Faroe Islands...19 degrees!