We talk with James Kelly about our upcoming Faroe Islands Workshop that is going to be a tremendous experience that we couldn’t have imagined and really hope twelve of you will want to join us this September!
James talks about his connection to the Faroe Islands, his years of experience there, the weather, culture, awesome potential for Landscape Photography and the blast we are going to have from Sept. 10th through 17th out there!
Learn more about the workshop here: https://goo.gl/oe5BB3
The Faroe Islands are an archipelago of eighteen islands half way between Scotland and Iceland in the North Atlantic Ocean.
We have created this workshop for you to experience and photographing some of the most breathtaking scenery on offer with steep sided mountains that rise out of the sea to almost 1000 meters making them the tallest cliffs in Europe, small fishing villages with grass covered roofs, huge cascading waterfalls that flow strong after the smallest rainfall, deep like fjords and black sand beaches with tidal pools scattered all around.
Each location we visit will offer a new adventure and we will even make the drive into the heart of the mountains of Vestmanna, Spáafelli on Suðuroy and to the summit of Sornfelli that stands almost 2500 feet above.
The Islands are a true source of inspiration to anyone who visits. With the constant changing weather making every photograph unique.