My September crazy travels continue, this time with a few days just for myself in a place I’ve been wanting to visit for quite a few years – Faroe Islands.
If you’re not familiar with Faroe Islands, it’s an archipelago of islands about half-way between Norway and Iceland, officially part of the Kingdom of Denmark (although self-governed in most areas). Being so remote, in the middle of the North Atlantic, the weather can be very fickle and this afternoon was mostly rainy and very windy with occasional 2 minute patches of clear sky. So I had to get creative with the photography – mostly thinking in black and white and playing on the big contrast in front of me.
The photograph above was made really late in the day as the light was fading away and the only visible surface was the wet tarmac, snaking its way across the mountains.Technical details | Aperture: ƒ/3.6 | Camera: X-T2 | Focal length: 30.2mm | ISO: 250 | Shutter speed: 1/60s