Some of the old Faroese tunnels are very narrow, and there’s always the risk of meeting one or two sheep inside as they seek shelter from the weather. The foremost sheep seen here has a Faroese knitting pattern on its chest.
Drangarnir is the collective name for two sea stacks between the islet Tindhólmur and the island Vágar in the Faroe Islands. The individual names of the sea stacks are Stóri Drangur (Large cliff) and Lítli Drangur (Small cliff)
Sildberi with a Faroese hat. The word sildberi is distinctively Faroese and is used for a puffin carrying sandeel to its young. A traditional Faroese ‘Sluppungi’ fishing boat can been seen in the background.