Take a pocket-sized memory from Iceland!
Untouched, untamed and unpredictable! Icelandic nature in all its glory. The photographer, Rafn Sig, has been fascinated by its beauty since he was a young boy. The Wild Iceland books contain a small sample of his best work from the past 30 years. Wild Iceland – Westfjords is a book the size of a postcard and is full of unique pictures from the dramatic land of ice and fire.
This large isolated cape in the northwest is connected to the rest of Iceland by a narrow isthmus. The untouched, glacier-eroded landscape is characterised by steep mountains, deep fjords and majestic waterfalls cascading off cliffs. This mysterious region teems with wildlife, and the environment has survived relatively unspoiled as a result of the region’s isolation. Lowlands are limited and sparsely populated with small fishing villages. The Látrabjarg headland is the westernmost part of Iceland. The headland is Iceland’s largest sea cliff and is the home of millions of birds, including the puffin.
The Wild Iceland series consists of eight pocket-sized photo books. Each book focuses on a selection of the most eye-catching natural formations in individual parts of Iceland: South Iceland, Southwest Iceland, Reykjavík, West Iceland, Westfjords, North Iceland, East Iceland and the Highlands.