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Mulafossur Waterfall, Faroe Islands Faroe Islands

This is one of the most beautiful waterfalls on the Faroe Islands, called Gásadalur. This one is located in the west of the islands.
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Sunset

05:53 21:04
08:22
62°6'24.5119" N 7°26'5.1801" W

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kyle wurtz
kyle wurtz 10.10.2015
Probably want to bring something pretty wide (wider than 35mm) to be able to get the rocks at the base of the waterfall without cropping the mountain in the background awkwardly.
Francesco Torquati Gritti
Francesco Torquati Gritti 10.10.2015
hello! Actually i was at 17mm and behind me there were some kind of rocks and stuff that didn't permit me to have a wider
kyle wurtz
kyle wurtz 10.10.2015
Yeah that makes sense. I just had a 35mm with me when I visited and had to resort stitching a vertical panorama to get everything in the frame. The 17mm you have looks about perfect! :)

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Thank you Francesco Torquati Gritti for creating this photo spot and Mika Wist for improving it with additional photos or content.

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