A sleeping dragon looms on the horizon. The weather in the Faroe Islands can be incredibly harsh in its temperament. After millions of years of being assaulted on all sides by ferocious wind, rain, and a tumultuous ocean, it’s pretty powerful to see what has been left standing in the wake. This is Tindhólmur and its monumental strength is a true testament to the resilience of nature.
📍 Kunoy, Faroe Islands. 🇫🇴🇫🇴🇫🇴
- When in the Faroe Islands, it is next to impossible to avoid to see the ocean. Almost regardless of where you are you can always see the it. There is one small suburb of Thorshavn, Norðasta Horn, where the ocean cannot be seen. The vicinity of the ocean is of utmost benefit and importance to the Faroese society as the air in the Faroe Islands contains sea salt particles which is very exquisite for dried meats and the Faroese sea farming and fishing industries are growing and Faroese seafood products continuously becoming more popular on the global seafood market. 🌊🐟