Standing on Raktangi, viewing southwards: Nólsoy in the east, Sandoy far away, and Streymoy in the west, with the houses on the hills of Hoyvík (Tórshavn) visible. The Skálafjørður would be visible, if you turned left and looked northwards.
View northwards from Nes. This marks the mouth of the fjord. Raktangi in the middle of the picture is the opposite end of the island of Eysturoy, while the shore in the background is Streymoy, divided by the Tangafjørður, and northwards Sundini, from Eysturoy.
...a closer look on Raktangi in the west at the fjord's mouth.