Happy Easter everyone! I’ve decided to do something fun for the community and team up with @nomadict for an editing contest. I’m sharing 4 RAW’s for an FFA, and the winner will take home $100 and will be published in their Digital Magazine. The photos, rules, and ways to enter can be found in their bio, as well as their posts! I would be stoked to see some of you edit and share some of my favorite places in the world!
Whether we’re in the Faroe Islands, Copenhagen, Florida, or on a 19 hour ferry ride (🤢), it is one of my life’s greatest joys to spend time with Joseph! Wishing him a Happy 27th Birthday. Looking forward to many more adventures with our smart, funny, world travelling son!💚🐈✈️🌎🌍🥂🎂 #faroeislands#copenhagen#smyrilline#happybirthday
Easter holiday with friends 💙
I've spent the last five days hanging out with Solveig and Mikkel who came to visit me here on the Faroes over Easter! We rented a car and drove through five islands, climbing mountains, exploring villages and discovering dramatic coastlines along the way. I have so many pictures to share! 😍
I feel so blessed to have people like those two in my life 💙
halfway point view on our sunset hike on the tiny island of Mykines. With an outstandingggg population of 9 people, it is the most isolated & peaceful place I’ve ever been. Thank you to @odaandreasen for hosting us in her home and cooking us authentic Faroese food. And thanks to @chriseyrewalker for taking us here👌
Seagulls want to be in every frame. Some are friendly, and some are just territorial looking to show who is the boss in the sky. Luckily the ones I saw while I was shooting were just curious. Kalsoy is the one island you have to visit, and experience what the Faroe Islands are all about. This concludes my takeover and I hope you all enjoyed the images, and I can’t wait to visit these amazing islands again. This is @deftony83 and I am signing out. Always a pleasure. #visitfaroeislands#faroeislands
NIELS RYBERG FINSEN (1860–1904) was a Faroese physician and scientist of Icelandic descent. He was awarded the Nobel Prize in Medicine and Physiology in 1903 "in recognition of his contribution to the treatment of diseases, especially lupus vulgaris, with concentrated light radiation, whereby he has opened a new avenue for medical science." In 1882, Finsen moved to Copenhagen to study medicine at the University of Copenhagen, from which he graduated in 1890. Because he had studied in Iceland before moving to Copenhagen to study, he enjoyed privileged admission to Regensen. Following graduation, he became a prosector of anatomy at the university. After three years, he quit the post to devote himself fully to his scientific studies. In 1898 Finsen was given a professorship and in 1899 he became a Knight of the Order of Dannebrog.
The Finsen Institute was founded in 1896, with Finsen serving as its first director. It was later merged into Copenhagen University Hospital, and currently serves as a cancer research laboratory, that specializes in proteolysis.
Finsen suffered from Niemann–Pick disease, which inspired him to sunbathe and investigate the effects of light on living things. As a result, Finsen is best known for his theory of phototherapy, in which certain wavelengths of light can have beneficial medical effects.. His most notable writings were Om Lysets Indvirkninger paa Huden ("On the effects of light on the skin"), published in 1893, and Om Anvendelse i Medicinen af koncentrerede kemiske Lysstraaler ("The use of concentrated chemical light rays in medicine"), published in 1896. The papers were rapidly translated and published in both German and French. In his late work he researched the effects of sodium chloride, observing the results of a low sodium diet, which he published in 1904 as En Ophobning af Salt i orgsnismen ("An accumulation of salt in the organism"). Finsen won the Nobel Prize in Physiology in 1903 for his work on phototherapy. He was the first Scandinavian to win the prize and is the only Faroese Nobel Laureate to date.
Yesterday was my last day off on Monday.
Easter begins on Thursday with the Last Supper, Friday long Friday (the day of the Ccrucifixion ) and Sunday the Lord's resurrection.
This time I spent on the island of Svínoy. The people of the village went to church and celebrated Easter on Sundays, and the children ate the eggs chocolate, (In eggs is nothing in it like an empty tomb) roll the boiled egg! It was overflowing with a lot of people on the island of Svínoy.
スイノイ島でも沢山の人で溢れかえっていました！ #イースター#おめでとう#感謝#罪の許し#イエスキリスト#蘇り#村人#お祝い#教会#卵#チョコレート#転がす #Easter#happyeaster#thankful#resurrectionsunday#Jesus#forgiveness#village#church#celebration#chocolate#rolling#egg
ANDREA SÚSANNA ÁRTING née Rasmussen (1891–1988)
was a Faroese politician and trade union leader. A supporter of self-government, she is remembered as one of the most active figures in the labour movement, heading the Havnar Arbeiđskvinnufelag (Tórshavn Working Women's Association) for almost 40 years.
In 1937, Árting was elected chair of the Tórshavn Working Women's Association which had been founded the previous year. Most of the members were women working in the fishing industry who found it difficult to take on responsibilities in the organization as they would have to take time off work. As a local resident, Árting could afford to be more independent and was not afraid to appear in public. She was therefore able to lead the organization with only short interruptions until 1977. She was also a board member of the Føroya Arbeiðarafelag (Faroese Workers' Association) from 1940 to 1958, thereafter becoming a lifelong honorary member.
Árting was an effective leader, fighting for better pay for the workers who earned far less than fishermen, especially in the 1950s. She took part in many critical negotiations, participating in a strike in 1951 which was successful in avoiding a threatened reduction in workers' salaries. In her later years, she also fought for equal salaries for men and women, obtaining success in 1977 when it was agreed that women's hourly pay should be increased incrementally year by year until reaching that of men in 1981.
On the political front, Árting was also active in pushing for Faroese national independence. Though not successful, in 1940 she was one of the first women to stand for the elections to the Løgting, representing Loysingarflokkin or Separatist Party. With the founding of Tjóðveldisflokkurin Republican Party in 1948, she became one of its most faithful supporters.
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You often feel that you’re in the wrong place at the wrong time, or that where you are is completely different from where U <> to be...🏡🌈🏝
At times this feeling becomes so intense, so overwhelming that it gets the best of you and plunges you into an existential dilemma...🤦🏻♀️
👉🏼My advice: when this happens, remember WHERE you were before this moment...!
Remember your goals & dreams, and how far you were from achieving them just two years ago...🚂🚊🚆
I’m sure this thought will cheer you up...🌤
And remember to always focus on the POSITIVE...💪🏼🦋
That being said, I still wanna be in👆🏼THAT👆🏼 secluded cabin instead...🤪🙈🤓