Pawel Zymunt shares his shots of land that's so near and yet so Faroe

 Pawel Zygmunt
You can reach Kallur lighthouse after a 40-minute hike from Trøllanes village. Pawel says it’s one of the most breathtaking places that he has ever been to. (Image credit: Pawel Zygmunt)

It was always my dream to visit the Faroe Islands. Their spectacular landscape and unpredictable weather is something that every landscape photographer aspires to shoot. I remember watching YouTube vlogs from photographers and I fell in love with this place. Some call it the last secret of Europe. Well, it’s not so secret anymore, as the popularity of this place grows every year, bringing tourists and photographers from all around the world.

Pawel explains that to get to this spot in Suduroy, in the northwest of the island of Ásmundarstakkur, he had to cross a rope bridge over a massive cliff drop.  (Image credit: Pawel Zygmunt)
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