“The Faroe Islands are one of Europe’s best-kept secrets, and I think that Drangarnir is the essence of this archipelago.
To get there I needed to hike 14 km – a long but not too-hard trek. Because I was there four hours before sunset, I had a lot of time to wander around. The weather was affected by dust blown over from the Sahara, which made it very hazy.
The ocean looked a bit scary but, because the tide was moving out, I was able to get to the edge to photograph this amazing rock formation. The water played its fantastic game and the ‘African’ sunset made the place look magical.”
– Pawel Zygmunt, Airline Staff