Scene of event: The outermost north-eastern tip of Eysturoy, about 30 inhabitants. The picturesque village of Gjógv, named after a sweeping 200-meter (656ft) gorge that spreads out from a flight of stairs – the natural harbor’s landing stage – to the ever-present North Atlantic. Gjógv, tourist magnet, constantly attracting visitors in the course of seasons.
Gjógv, the other way around: Very few people get a glimpse of the place seen from the ocean. This is where my video comes in. Sea travel! Let’s broaden the perspective. Hop onboard. A fairly uncommon sight.
My Faroe Islands' video: https://vimeo.com/201434387