Vágar Island and its rugged landscapees
— Located in the North Atlantic, the Faroe Islands are equidistant from Scotland and Iceland. This series of photographs takes you on a visual journey through the pristine and wild landscapes of the island of Vágar. Offering some of the country’s most emblematic places, Vágar is also the island that hosts the archipelago’s only airport. From the air, one can already appreciate the raw beauty of the steep cliffs, waterfalls and mountains.
I take you on a journey through my photos to discover the village of Gásadalur and its waterfall Múlafossur, the lake above the ocean also called Leitisvatn / Sørvágsvatn, its waterfall Bøsdalafossur which flows into the sea, Trøllkonufingur, which means the witch’s finger, a monolith of 313m high and Drangarnir, one of the most famous views of the archipelago.