That time of the year. Everything is in motion. The color changes from green to brown. Darkness rises and swallows the light, little by little, with each passing day. Down by the beach, the ocean horses of the north are rushing in. On their backs, they carry the feasts of summer and remorselessly rising salty winds. Those of us who listen closely might as well hear a familiar tune, a mixture of clinking Martini glasses, relentless pursuits and well-pressed tuxedo shirts, followed by the James Bond theme. The island on the other side, Kalsoy, our window view, is listed as a filming location for the upcoming Bond movie “No Time to Die”, a helicopter took a ferry ride and has been brought to the island. If and how Kalsoy will be featured in the movie, that remains to be seen. You never know, when it comes to Faroese weather conditions, time scales, special effects and movie productions. There has been talk of a chopper stunt in Kalsoy’s narrow tunnels, which would be a very Bond-ish task, indeed. The ocean horses of the north, however, couldn’t care less. They have been here before all the secret agents, and they will be here afterwards, prancing and majestically rushing ashore.