I recently came back from a one week road trip through the Faroe Islands, so, you can expect photos from the Faroe Islands all this week. Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday - you all get a Faroese photo.
If you're unfamiliar with the Faroes - and, don't feel bad if you've never heard of them, they're not exactly a tourism magnet - they're a small archipelago in the North Atlantic between Iceland and Denmark. Or Iceland and Norway. Whichever you prefer. As they're officially a self-governing country in the Danish realm, you may hear their location being described in relation to Denmark, even though Norway is a bit closer.
With sheep outnumbering people roughly 2:1, the islands are filled with unspoilt land, a ridiculous number of waterfalls, some of the cleanest and purest drinking water you can find, and stunning natural features. The landscapes are some of the most dramatic I've come across, with cliffs and mountains facing off with the seas everywhere you go.
The islands are still quite small. Apparently you're never more than 3 miles from the ocean! Even so, with 694 miles of coastline amongst the islands, there's plenty of chances to see the stunning work of Mother Nature.