Pictured here is Gjógv, the northernmost town on Eysturoy of the Faroe Islands. These folks may as well be living on Europa, for all the vegetation and warmth they have. The expansively empty mountain range, however, is unparalleled in its beauty.
And those houses have some of the most interesting color choices I’ve ever seen. Do the black walls function to preserve more of the sun’s warmth? Is it a peculiar Danish style choice? Please let us know.