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Iceland: Wild at heart (Large)
Iceland: Wild at heart (Large)
Iceland: Wild at heart (Large)
Iceland: Wild at heart (Large)
Iceland: Wild at heart (Large)
Iceland: Wild at heart (Large)
Iceland: Wild at heart (Large)
Iceland: Wild at heart (Large)

Iceland: Wild at heart (Large)

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Loksins getum við boðið bókina okkar í vefversluninni með hóflegum sendingarkostnaði, bæði innanlands og erlendis. Bókin Iceland: Wild At Heart kom fyrst út 2017 hjá Forlaginu og hefur verið tíður gestur á metsölulistum í flokki landkynningarbóka. Bókin skartar myndum sem eru afrakstur áratugar í ljósmyndun þar sem við höfum flakkað víðsvegar um landið í leit að myndefni. 

Við áritum allar bækur sem eru pantaðar hér á ggart.is.

Iceland: Wild at Heart er gefin út í tveimur stærðum. Þetta er stærri gerðin.

26,5 x 22,5 x 2 cm

160 bls - Harðkápa

 

ENGLISH

FROM THE AUTHORS

We are proud to be finally able to offer our bestseller with worldwide shipping at low cost. We sign all books.

Iceland –Wild at heart is the product of ten years of photographing landscapes and wildlife in Iceland. We spent months working on this book and we believe it shows our best work in photography. 

The chapters in this book reflect our own experiences of the things that we feel define our homeland. This is how we see Iceland.

  • We sign all the books.
  • This is the large format version: 26,5 x 22,5 x 2cm
  • 160 pages - Hardcover
  • First printed 2017
  • Second print 2018
  • Third print 2019

FROM THE PUBLISHER

About Iceland: Wild at heart

What comes to mind when you think about Iceland? What makes it special? Is it the light? Or is it the glaciers, volcanoes and highlands? Or maybe the spectacular coastline and the contrasts between summer and winter? Nothing compares to actually being there, but the beautiful and stunning photography of Einar Guðmann and Gyða Henningsdóttir bring the reader close to the real thing.

Einar and Gyða have pursued photography since 2005 and are among the most renowned nature photographers in Iceland. From the beginning of their careers, they have specialised in nature in its various forms – such as birds, animals and landscapes – rather than people and man-made constructions. They have participated in a diverse range of photography projects and their work has been displayed extensively both in Iceland and abroad. They spend weeks at a time travelling around Iceland with their cameras and strive to raise awareness of the importance of protecting untouched nature.

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