Face fear and cracked mirrors
Truth might scare me
or set me free
About the photo
This beautiful ram is one of the many ”citizens” of Viðareiði. The area is considered to be one of the most magnificent on the islands, because of its incredible panoramic views to the neighboring islands. This ram has had a brace put on the horns to straighten them out, and keep them from growing into its head. The ram have been a valuable part of Faroese agriculture for centuries. This is because it helps produce the tens of thousands of sheep grassing freely around the country. Sheep breeding have been an essential part of Faroese culture and food since the country was first settled. The country is even named after its many sheep – the Faroe Islands (Føroyar) means The Sheep Islands in the native tongue.
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