Saksun church built in 1858 | Faroe Islands 2018

Saksun – my visit to Faroe Islands

In a natural amphitheatre high above a tidal lagoon, Saksun is an exotic remote hillside village. It’s one of the most worthwhile destinations for a photographer. I found a tranquil atmosphere there. The tiny village offers amazing views.

In the fjord, at the foot of the village, is a lagoon. At low tide, it is possible to walk along the sandy shore of the lagoon around the headland.

The village includes a church, built in 1858, and Dúvugarðar, an active sheep farm which also functions as a museum.

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I visited the Faroe Islands in August 2018 and that was a fabulous experience for a photographer. I these post you can read more about other great photo locations in the Faroe Islands. Tjørnuvík is a village with a good view of Risin and Kellingin – a great photo location for landscape photographers. Bøur has motifs known on many paintings and photographs.

 

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