Sigurgeir Sigurjónsson is one of Iceland's leading photographers. This book is his superb portrayal of the country and its people.
Torfi H. Tulinius has written a thoughtful introduction, captions for the photos, and a summary of Iceland's natural and cultural history.
This book depicts some Icelandic treats that regularly draw the consideration of visitors for different reasons and welcome inquiries, as such:
“What is this?”
“How would you make it?”
“Where does it come from?”
“When is it eaten?”
also, at times, “Does anyone actually eat this?”
Fjallasæla – Iceland moss
Handcrafted Icelandic Soap
Golden soap with chopped moss that are hand picked in the field Kelduhverfi. Mild aromas of heath plants.
Ingridients: aqua, cocos nucifera oil, tallow, olea europaea oil, rapeseed oil, sodium hydroxide, perfume, cetraria islandica.
The Wild Creatures of Icelandic Nature
Discover the inhabitants in Iceland’s nature, you may feel a powerful sense of peace and vastness, but the land surrounding you is full of interesting, amazing tough creatures. Look and Listen. “Nothing in Nature is further from being supernatural than a miracle. Nothing is more supernatural than Natural itself.”