A dull and grey day in Funningur. I've waited hours for this shot and got rewarded for my perseverance.
Drangarnir And Tindhólmur
The sea stacks of Drangarnir and Tindhólmur and the island of Mykines, from left to right.
The island of Kunoy seen from the rocky shore of Viðareiði at the last light of the day.
Attack Of The Green Light
A huge aurora over the mountains of Kalsoy.
Amazing display of auroras dancing in the night sky of Gjógv.
Pastel colours at dusk.
Mountains Of Might
The setting sun illuminates the chain of mountains of the island of Kalsoy.
Looking back down the steep slope of the mountain of Slættaratindur (882 m). Ice and snow prevented any further progress. Not seen in the picture.
The huge west cliffs of the island of Suðuroy seen from Beinisvørð.
The beach of Sandvík with views of the islands of Stóra Dímun on the left and Lítla Dímun on the right in the far background.
A pinkish dusk at Elduvík. The bright stripe below the cloud on the left is not where the filter ended. The cloud looked like that.
Stórá The Separator
The brook Stórá splits the village of Elduvík in two parts. On the left mount Tyril (535 m). On the right the island of Kalsoy, illuminated by the sun.
Klaksvík Of The North
Klaksvík, city of the Northern Islands. It's the second largest town in the Faroe Islands.
A dark sunset, photographed below Klakkur (413 m). Below the sun the village of Leirvík, barely visible.
Early evening light and the island of Kalsoy, stretching to the north. A bit more to the left and the sun would have blown out the picture. Balancing the composition was crucial.
A Hazy Affair
View of the mountains of the island of Vágar at sunset.
Skælingsfjall And Stallur
Mount Skælingsfjall (767 m) on the left bathed in afternoon light and mount Stallur (614 m) on the right in the shadows.
Close-up of one of many waterfalls around Fuglafjørður.
Risin And Kellingin From Afar
The sea stacks of Risin and Kellingin seen from high above Tjørnuvík. The flat mountain in the background on the right is Eiðiskollur (352 m).