A view worth traveling for. All photos by Mark Gray.
Copenhagen-based photographer Mark Gray, one of Fathom's 24 Best Travelers on Instagram, shows us around the Faroe Islands, a self-governing Scandinavian archipelago where there are more sheep than people.
FAROE ISLANDS – The raw beauty of the Faroe Islands is hard to find anywhere else in the world. It's made up of eighteen rocky volcanic islands and sits between Iceland and Norway in the North Atlantic Ocean. Due to its location, it can be hard to get what most people would consider common goods — unless of course you're willing to pay (ex. $15 for a small pack of strawberries). Take a peek at the other-worldly escape through my camera lens and drone.