This is a complaint. I am under a lot of stress today, and I really want that someone takes care. Who ever might be my contact person, the Prime Minister, Visit Faroe Islands, portal.fo or some local scientists: I can’t go on like this. Morning, noon, night. Wherever I look, I see something that must be photographed.
Alarm button, flashing, monotone beeping, sending out a serious warning: Dear photographers, I strongly recommend that you never ever come to Faroe Islands. Your stay will be extremely exhausting. You won’t be able to put your camera aside for only one second – no matter what your plans are. Let’s say it’s nine in the evening and you decide to drive to the nearest gas station. Suddenly, you feel this urgent desire for chocolate. Happens to people all the time. Don’t only grab your wallet. Also grab your camera. No need to grin like a Cheshire cat. I know: You are only driving to the gas station. But this will be the moment for the clouds to turn fire-red, just before you see this fantastic rainbow.
You want proof? Take a look at my newest pics. The subject: Our bay. My innermost self forced me to eternalize what I saw. The first photo was taken yesterday, 18.40 pm. Next one yesterday at 22.03 pm. Photo number 3, I shot at 23.32 pm. And photo 4 at 4.48 in the morning! Tiring. You see: Some autopilot has taken charge of me. Prime Minister, Visit Faroe Islands, portal.fo, local scientists: I want this to stop right now! But what's this? Wow! Sorry, have to go – spotted impressive fog on top of a mountain. Damn! Where did I put my camera?!