New photography book on Iceland, TWO IN ONE, offers a unique perspective on the country capturing the charms of two very different seasons from one viewpoint.
TWO IN ONE is comprised of photographs, accompanied by endearing observations, portrays many of Iceland’s most interesting places. The twin images featured are taken from exactly the same angle – one in summer and one in winter.
According to the book’s author, Sverrir Björnsson, TWO IN ONE takes viewers on a unique time-travelling experience, looking at the same view in different seasons. Freezing two distinct moments in time, it then brings them together, visualising beautifully the ever-changing wonders of nature and this amazing land.
Björnsson also explains, “In Iceland nothing is certain, change is the order all year round. Sometimes it snows on the June 17 ‘Independence Day’ parades, and sometimes it’s possible to play golf on New Year’s Day. The very next day can seem like a different season altogether. Seven types of weather in 24 hours is not an uncommon experience; a snowstorm followed by sunshine, rain, a fresh breeze and then calm before showers and rolling fog, all in a single day.”
For more information about TWO IN ONE, visit http://twoinone.is.