From the rain

From the rain

Fossá, Faroes’ highest waterfall, on the east side of Streymoy.

Connected to Víkarvatn lake high on the hills of the Vatnfelli peak above the road, the Fossá river falls majestically and precipitously from a heigh of about 140 m over two rocky outcrops before passing under the bridge carrying the route 594 and finally reaching the waters of Sundini sound.

My secret window

My secret window

Evening light and alluring panorama from road B10, Isle of Man.

The Isle of Man (Manx: Ellan Vannin), otherwise known simply as Mann (Manx: Mannin), is a self-governing British Crown dependency located in the Irish Sea between the islands of Great Britain and Ireland.
Hills stretch obliquely across the Island and just one mountain, Snaefell (the Snowy Mountain), stands at 2,036 feet (621 metres). Well defined valleys lie between, and around the Island’s flat northern plain are long sandy beaches. These contrast markedly with the rocky cliffs and sheltered bays around the rest of the coastline, which is over 100 miles (160km) long.


VIDEO → The sky over the Isle of Man

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