The glowing towers. Exhausted after many hours of hiking that day, we arrived at the Vajolet Towers right in time to see where they probably have their name from. Alpenglow at its best with the dutch legend @pie_aerts. If you zoom into the first picture you should also see two italian climbers on the right top.
Simple and classic. Bøur is known as one of the most beautiful villages of the Faroe Islands with the best view on Tindhólmur and lots of grass roofed houses. Swipe trough two different days in this village.
Hidden and unexplored. The vast landscapes of the Lyngen Alps. Dozens of beautiful mountain lakes and glaciers can be found there. I guess, it‘s just a question of time until this norwegian region is getting instafamous as well.
Autumn. There is already snow again on the summits. The light is slightly different. Mild, not as bright as in summer. The days are shorter. At night, we‘re discovering temperatures below freezing every now and then. The highest larches are already yellow, and after every cold night the gold strip sinks further down the valley. Once upon a while I have to think back to the days I feel the most alive.
The perfect road. When driving from A to B on the Faroe Islands it‘s hard to don’t take pit stops with views like this and the famous gas station hot dogs. Do you feel the same when roadtripping in the Faroe Islands?