🏆 2021 BIBA® Non-Fiction: Travel/Photography Winner!

Photographing Iceland

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🏆 2021 BIBA® Non-Fiction: Travel/Photography Winner!

Travel and Photo-Location Guidebook to the Most Beautiful Places in Iceland.
Also – Iceland Adventure and Travel map.

Volume One
Explore and discover the beautiful places of Iceland with the most comprehensive and detailed guidebook to Iceland ever published. Featuring over 600 stunning images, and over 120 locations with detailed maps, sat-nav co-ordinates including what3words and smart phone scannable lat-long QR-codes.

This beautiful travel and photo-location guidebook provides both inspiration and information to make your trip a reality. Including information on car rental, vehicle insurance and driving advice, suggested itineraries from a long weekend to several weeks, with essays on Iceland’s cultural history, cuisine, flora & fauna and advice on how to photograph the Aurora Borealis/Northern Lights.

All the classic locations around Reykjavík and along the ring road are covered from roadside attractions, to multi-day overnight hikes; covering glaciers, waterfalls, geysers, hot springs, lavafields, craters, volcanoes, mountains, coast, beaches and cliffs, towns, churches, cultural sites, harbours and wildlife from Arctic fox to orcas, puffins, seals, reindeer and the famed Icelandic horse.

Volume Two
Only accessible for a few months a year, this beautiful travel and photo-location guidebook covers Iceland’s enigmatic highlands, one of the most desolate yet beautiful locations on Earth.

The interaction of wind, water and fire has sculpted a unique upland environment defined by inhospitable landscapes, extreme weather and rugged topography. A place of beauty, mystery and drama, much of the region’s photographic appeal lies in this epitome of the Icelandic archetype, with no permanent habitation, a preference for unmetalled roads and very little infrastructure.

A trip to this area of genuine wilderness therefore requires careful consideration and planning to ensure a safe and productive visit. The long and often difficult driving approaches make many of the locations in the highlands unsuitable for hit and run tourism.

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