Back on the island of Vágar, there was somewhere I had to go, out before sunrise to a crisp 5 degrees, and the natural world around me, it felt, awakening, just for me. Up here alone, where the floating lake meets the great northern Atlantic, where sheer cliffs drop into the ocean below, as the sun rises from the sea.
I've moved eastwards, I’m now on the island of Eysturoy, the second largest in the Faroese chain and home to the greatest peaks in the Faroe Islands. Basecamp is on the south west edge of the island. It is wild and it is remote. The weather rules here.
RT @BeyondBarriers_: Beyond Barriers was back in the Forest this afternoon. Meeting people, making plans & talking business. And checking o…
Monday, 10 December 2018 20:11