Iceland Small Worldkr. 2.580,00 – kr. 5.390,00
Sigurgeir has published numerous books. His latest being
Iceland Small World which he publishes and distributes himself.
In this breathtaking new book about Icelandic landscape Sigurgeir entwines nature and culture in a dramatic, vivid and unforgettable moments. You can really feel the energy and flow of all that Iceland has to offer while going through the pages. If you are looking for one book about Iceland this is the one.
Icelandic Bird Guidekr. 5.180,00
Icelandic Bird Guide | Appearance | Way of Life | Habitat
This new edition of the popular Icelandic Bird Guide has been completely revised and expanded. It covers all Icelandic breeding birds and regular visitors in detail and also describes numerous annual vagrants – more 160 species in total.
This book is an ideal identification guide when traveling around Iceland for experienced bird-watchers and beginners alike. The clear and concise text describes the birds’ appearance and behavior, as well their diet and habitat. Maps and diagrams clearly show distribution, movements and population sizes.
- More than 700 stunning photos
- Breeding range and winter distribution maps
- Diagrams showing information on breeding and migration
- Photographs of eggs shown actual size
- An indispensable aid to bird-watching in Iceland
Jóhann Óli Hilmarsson is a leading authority on the birds of Iceland and one of the country’s most experienced bird photographers. He has written numerous articles on birds in books, magazines and newspapers and is the author of the book The Puffin. Jóhann Óli has held many courses, lectures and exhibitions and his photographs have been published around the world. He is also president of BirdLife Iceland.
ICELAND – The Warm Country of the Northkr. 3.100,00
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.Share
HOT STUFFkr. 2.070,00
In mid-August 2014, Iceland’s second highest mountain, Bárðarbunga, awoke from its slumber. A stratovolcano located under Vatnajökull, Europe’s largest ice cap, Bárðarbunga, is part of a vast volcanic system that covers much of the entre of the island. After a few dramatic days of intense seismic activity, an eruption started in the Holuhraun lava field north of Bárðarbunga. At 4 a.m. on August 31st, the magma found its way to the surface. By the time this book was sent to print, the Holuhraun lava eruption had already become one of the largest witnes