Faroe Islands Cinematic Travel Video

My friend, brother, and I visited the Faroe Islands in September this year. During our road trip, we spent 8 days exploring the main islands, and also took our car on the ferry, in order to visit the smaller islands that are not connected by road. We spent most of our time hiking, and it is one of the most beautiful places I’ve ever been to. This video was shot entirely on an iphone XS with a Zhiyun Smooth 4 gimbal, and a DJI Mavic Pro.

Music: The Way (instrumental) by Zack Hemsey.

Danbo in Faroe Islands

I recently visited the Faroe Islands with my brother and a friend, and it was exactly how I’d always imagined it to be. We were there during the mid of September, which is a bit after the tourist season, and there were hardly any people around. It often felt like we had the islands to ourselves. I’ll try to put up a separate post with details & pictures for each of the islands, whenever I find the time. Meanwhile, here are some pictures of Danbo in the Faroe Islands.

At the top of Slættaratindur – The tallest mountain in the Faroe Islands

A small waterfall near the village Saksun.

On the way to the beach in Saksun.

A view point in the village of Mikladalur.

The starting point to the hike at Vidareidi, on the Vidoy island.

At the end of the Kalsoy Island

Waiting for the tourist centre to open, at Vestmanna Tourist Centre.

On the way to the beach near Saksun.

At a view point near the village of Gjogv.

Time to fly back home.

The mysterious bath tub

The mysterious bathtub. This was one of the most interesting finds in a lake in Switzerland. A bathtub suspended midwater, anchored to the ground. Also, it’s filled with air.

The French Holiday – Travel video

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Diving in ICELAND – Travel documentary

Diving in the “Silfra fissure” had been my dream for almost 5 years now. Ever since I had read an article about it in the National Geographic magazine, I never stopped thinking about it. The winter of 2016, I finally got … Continue reading