Weather Permitting - a week on the Faroe Islands

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The Faroes are treeless and grassy. Inhabited by seagulls, puffins, some other 100 species of seabirds, sheep, sheep-dogs, and some humans. They are the remnants of a 100 million years old volcanic continent. They are ancient, wild, and mysterious. Oh, and theatrical meteorology is part of their fascination, so to say.
Chapters:
Day1 - Torshavn and Streymoy

Day2 - Northern Streymoy

Day3 - Vagar

Day4 - Northern Eysturoy

Day5 - The Northern Islands

Day6 - North to South

Day7 - Suduroy

Album created by album a free tool by David on Sat Dec 29 00:19:30 2007