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Streymoy, Faroe Islands

Capturing Streymoy’s Tale: A Breathtaking Landscape Photography Visual Journey
A person in a yellow raincoat standing at the foot of the Fossa waterfall in the Faroe Islands.

Dive into the mesmerizing realm of Streymoy, the largest jewel in the Faroe Islands, positioned between Vágar and Eysturoy islands. Delve into my series of lens-captured moments, unveiling the island’s dynamic skies, untouched landscapes, and captivating nature. Each photograph narrates a poetic tale of solitary exploration, an ethereal journey at the very edge of the world.

View of the village of Saksun and its grass-roofed houses on the island of Streymoy, Faroe Islands.

Discover the iconic villages of Saksun and Tjørnuvík, where tales of ancient charm resonate. Marvel at the 2-floor wonder of Fossá Waterfall, the rough nature, and the dramatic sky. Experience the black sand beach of Tjørnuvík and the isolated, grass-roofed village of Saksun with its charming church.

Village of Tjørnuvík in the Faroe Islands.

This series, born from a week of immersion in Streymoy’s mystical atmospheres, combines modernity in Tórshavn with the timeless allure of Faroe Islands.

Winding road from the Norðradalsskarð pass in the Faroe Islands.
A waterfall on the moors around the Norðradalsskarð pass in the Faroe Islands.
View of the church of Saksun on the island of Streymoy in the Faroe Islands.
View over the waterfall of Saksun on the island of Streymoy in the Faroe Islands.
A detached house on the edge of the inlet separating the islands of Streymoy and Eysturoy.