Suðeray, Vestmannæyjar. The building is a clubhouse for locals who sometimes visit the island for fishing or catching puffins. The sheep perched along the cliff edge and thousands of birds are the only current residents.
A Kittiwake in flight above the southern cliffs, Vestmannæyjar [cropped image]
In 1627, Algerian pirates landed here, at the Southern end of Vestmannæyjar, before taking over the island by deadly force.