This was shot heading back to Tórshavn from Gjógv.
Watching the fog on the Faroe Islands could easily become a hobby. I remember a few nights in San Francisco seeing the fog come over the ridge and pour down into the city like a giant was pouring dry ice over the city. The fog moves just as fast in the Faroes and is even more stunning to look at than in San Francisco. That’s not a dis, just a comparison.
As I’ve been going through photos, most of my favorites so far (I still haven’t pulled the last three days into Lightroom…) show clouds and fog. On a few lucky occasions, the images involve the sun as well. If you would like to see larger versions of the images below, just click (or tap) them and you’ll be taken to a page with a larger image.
These looks like something whipped up at a visual effects company:
Shot this 30 minutes after looking out a window and not being able to see more than 100 feet, the fog was undulating like the tides and this shot was as the fog was receding: