When I was telling people I was going to the Faroe Islands for vacation, they gave me two types of responses: "where the heck is that?", and those who knew were it was, "why the heck would you go there?!". Well, it's in the North Atlantic between Scotland, Norway and Iceland, and it is stunningly beautiful, that's why. Yes, it is also cold, wet and windy, but the views more than make up for the inconveniences.
Here is a somewhat cliché shot I took of Gásadalur village on the island of Vágar with Múlafossur waterfall.