The Faroe Islands in the North Sea offer some of the most beautiful views in the world. But you won't be able to see them on Google Street View.
Durita Dahl Andreassen wants to change that and is using the most Faroese element possible to achieve that goal: the sheep.
There are twice as many sheep as humans in the Faroe Islands, a place that literally means "the sheep islands." Sheep freely roam over the scenic mountains and valleys of the islands. So to convince Google to bring Street View to the Faroes, Andreassen placed a 360º on the back of a sheep and let it go grazing. Here is some of the resulting footage.
-via American Digest