Faroe Islands are rugged and rocky, the coasts are mostly cliffs. Spectacular dramatic sea cliffs are a common element of the coast, with some of the highest in the world. An other common element is water. Rivers and streams are continuously fed by frequent rains caused by an instable climate originated from the position of the archipelago, in the middle of the Atlantic ocean, in the path of depressions moving north-east. Stunning waterfalls can be found everywhere on the islands creating a suggestive, fashinating and wild landscape.
Twilight/Dusk during the polar night, Oldervik, Troms county (Northern Norway). In this region the sun is hidden behind the horizon from from 28 November to 14 January (the video was taken on the 5th of January at 11.30AM).
Remote, desolate Wharariki Beach in the Golden Bay is a wild introduction to the West Coast of the South Island of New Zealand, with mighty dune formations, looming rock islets just offshore and a seal colony at its eastern end.