The small village of Gjógv in the Faroe Islands is home to just 50 inhabitants and a wealth of fresh unspoiled green land. These islands are like a small train of delight, each one filled with even more beautiful scenery than the last. Small in size, you need to immerse yourself in the Faroes and really take them all in.
Slowly walking through Gjógv, you pass the colorful houses with the mountain backdrop. Little accents like the small structure with a turf roof adjacent to this stream to the sea. Merely revisiting my photos I feel like I'm rediscovering the Faroes all over again. Maybe it's better I rediscover them again in person?