Photos from today’s hike from Vestmanna to Kvívík.
Sun, snow and calm, what more can you ask for?
Hare tracks in the snow.
This hike was arranged by The Hiking Association in Tórshavn, where I am a member.
Every other Sunday in the winter months, and every Sunday in the summer, they arrange tours around the islands.
And now I feel tired and happy.
Maybe I should knit something.
But if you go for a little drive, you will find plenty of snow. We went to see how the weather was in the mountains.
All these people had had the same idea and had brought sleds with them. Now why didn’t we think of that?
The sun is almost coming through the clouds. It is Koltur on the right. If you follow the road further ahead, you get to Noðradalur.
Following many days of storm and rain we finally had some light. This is close to 3 pm, so the sun is about to set and it is snowing over the ocean.
We were not the only ones in the mountains today.
Hare tracks I think?
Hiking from Tórshavn to Kirkjubøur.
The small island is Koltur
Here, two days after Christmas, we finally had some snow, and just enough of it for us to try it out at one of the best places in Tórshavn for sledding, the KFUK-hill.
The island Koltur as it is getting colder.
We met two black sheep. They were hoping for food, but we just took their picture.
An old waggon with firewood in Bringsnagøta, the Christmas Street in Tórshavn.
Inside the old shop Katrina Christiansen in Bringsnagøta. This is from the kitchen with two old stoves.
An old cash register.
More snow in the Christmas Street
Two girls sledding on their stomachs in garbage bags. You just cut some holes in a big bag, and you are ready to go sledding.
The old rectory in Sandágerði. The hospital priest lives here with his family.
And the last picture of today: Two women going for a dip in the cold water. The best tip against winter depression in this very dark time of year. The photo was taken at 10.30 am.
Bringsnagøta in the old part of Tórshavn has been decorated for Christmas in old style, and the old shops in the street are open every day.
As if planned, it started snowing on the 1st day of December.
This house is Pæsastova, one of the oldest houses in Tórshavn.
Reyngøta, taken from Bringsnagøta.
Sheep in Bringsnagøta. They are part of the Christmas street experience, so they are only here in December.
Bartskerstova with the old shop Katrina Christiansen in Bringsnagøta. The house where the author William Heinesen was born in 1900.
This is how it looks in the dark – very romantic. And someone actually live in this very small wooden house.
True vikings going for a swim on a beautiful snowy day in late November.
November light in Sandagerði and the island Nólsoy in the background.