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Gasadalur, Faroe Islands, Norwegian Sea

Gásadalur Village in the Faroe Islands has a population of 17 people. The Faroe Islands are under the sovereignty of the Kingdom of Denmark, situated between the Norwegian Sea and the North Atlantic Ocean, approximately halfway between Norway and Iceland.

The cloud formation is the result of orographic lift.

This island has a hat (Lenticular Cloud) - Wallpaper 1920x1200

Lenticular Cloud over Litla Dimun Island ! Litla Dimun is a small island between the islands of Suouroy and Stora Dimun in the Faroe Islands. It is the smallest of the main 18 islands, being less.

Porkeri, Faroe Islands, Denmark

Between Iceland and Norway, you will find the Faroe Islands shrouded in a fog and mist. The backdrop for Lord of the Rings, these enchanting islands will lure you into a world of fantasy.

Faroe Islands.

A small bay allows boats to dock. These cliffs are home to a huge colony of atlantic puffins. --- Photo by Nicolas Metraux Stephanie Borcard.

Faroe Islands

Faroes Island, Denmark - Beautiful but won't go there until they stop killing whales

kheil Abueza: Google+ - Faroe Island

Dramatic coastline and waterfall at Gasadalur on the Island of Vagar, Faroe Islands, Denmark, Europe Credit: Adam Burton

Faroe Islands by benstatton (have I said enough times how this is on my bucket list?)

Travel Inspiration for The Faroe Islands - Faroe Islands by benstatton (have I said enough times how this is on my bucket list?

The Resting Place.     While the North Atlantic shows itself from a more foggy side and the craggy cliffs is a very real hazard to any vessel out there in the sea, there is a safe place to hide away until the weather clear out and the waters are once again reasonably safe to travel. This is the Faroe Islands. By Anders Sikvall

The Resting Place. While the North Atlantic shows itself from a more foggy side and the craggy cliffs is a very real hazard to any vessel out there in the sea, there is a safe place to hide away until the weather clear out and the waters are once agai

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Stunning green landscpae in the Faroe Islands, North Atlantic, Denmark. by khanittha

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