Gásadalur (Faroe Islands)
Gásadalur (Faroe Islands)
Lítla Dímun (Faroe Islands)
Lítla Dímun (Faroe Islands)
the depth
the depth
Faroe heaven_Kai Hornung.jpg
the cliff Kopie.jpg
of man and rocks (Faroe Islands)
of man and rocks (Faroe Islands)
Litla Dimon hut_Kai Hornung.jpg
road to nowhere (Faroe Islands)
road to nowhere (Faroe Islands)
Faroe view (Faroe Islands)
Faroe view (Faroe Islands)
Beinisvørd (Faroe Islands)
Beinisvørd (Faroe Islands)
Gásadalur pano (Faroe Islands)
Gásadalur pano (Faroe Islands)
Gásadalur (Faroe Islands)
Gásadalur (Faroe Islands)it looks like straight out of a fairy tale: the waterfall Mulafossur drops 60m straight down into the ocean. And in the back the lights of Gásadalur welcome the dark of the night.
Lítla Dímun (Faroe Islands)
Lítla Dímun (Faroe Islands)It’s the only island of the Faroes that has no people living on it. And for me it is the perfect subject for an image that combines the beauty, the rawness and the longing side of nature.
the depth
the depthMy buddy Mads-Peter Iversen provides some human element to the breathtaking view at Dragarnir, Faroe Islands. A wonderful hike that will never be forgotten.
Faroe heaven_Kai Hornung.jpg
the cliff Kopie.jpg
of man and rocks (Faroe Islands)
of man and rocks (Faroe Islands)these cliffs are massive and nothing short of spectacular.
Litla Dimon hut_Kai Hornung.jpg
road to nowhere (Faroe Islands)
road to nowhere (Faroe Islands)This winding road somehow makes me remember that old Talking Heads song.
Faroe view (Faroe Islands)
Faroe view (Faroe Islands)
Beinisvørd (Faroe Islands)
Beinisvørd (Faroe Islands)just a meter away from a sure drop to death I saw the weather change in the distance above this amazing coastline.
Gásadalur pano (Faroe Islands)
Gásadalur pano (Faroe Islands)Flying the drone enables me to capture angles you haven’t really seen even from the most famous places.
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