Tindholmur

The shark-fin outline of Tindholmur is instantly recognisable to anyone who has visited the Faroe Islands. It’s an impressive islet that rises straight out of Sørvágsfjørður and if you’re lucky enough to have a window seat on the right side of the aircraft as you approach Vagar Airport, the saw-tooth ridge passes so closely beneath…

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Tenba BYOB 10 Review

If you’re a photographer, you need a camera bag! Ask That Question on any photography forum and you can guarantee it will be a lengthy thread with all the potential required for a flame war. Photographers are very loyal to their choice brand of camera bag and it often seems that the more expensive the…

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Roughting Linn Waterfall

Roughting Linn waterfall Roughting Linn waterfall is a beautiful location in Northumberland, set in a secluded natural grotto below the bridge on the lane to Roughting Linn Farm.  It’s a magical location and a favourite with visiting photographers, but if you’re lucky you’ll have it entirely to yourself, immersed  in the contemplative, quiet solitude that…

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Visiting Saksun

Visiting Saksun If you’re visiting Saksun on Streymoy, I wrote in my previous blog post about the recent explosion in popularity of adventure and photography tourism in the Faroe Islands and not everyone who lives on these amazing Islands is happy about it.  Unfortunately, it is a fact of life that increased tourism inevitably conflicts…

Fujifilm X in the Faroe Islands

Fujifilm X cameras in the Faroe Islands Trælanípa.  Fujifilm X-T2 and XF 16mm f1.4 The Faroe Islands are rapidly becoming one of the most popular landscape photography destinations in the world with good reason; the landscapes here are unique and ethereal.  There is simply nowhere else quite like the Faroe Islands.  The landscapes & seascapes,…