Taking a photograph, and recording the sound of the surrounding area - at the same time.
"Pictures -and their sounds" - a picture get more life!
You see and hear four "Pictures - and their sounds". All were taken in Iceland.
Have fun, and meet you in Reykjavík one day...
Djúpavík (http://www.djupavik.com) is a village in the Strandir district of the Icelandic West Fjords. The village was famous because of its huge herring factory which was operational from 1934 until the mid-1950s. This “Picture and Its Sound” was shot and recorded in one of the three herring oil tanks.
The Reykjavík Pond is located in the center of the city. As you can see and hear in this “Picture and Its Sound”, many birds stay there all year round, mostly swans and ducks. To the northeast of the pond you can see City Hall.
This is the typical sound of the cash registers in the grocery store Bónus.
In the western part of Reykjavík lies the beautiful old street Aegisída, which slings along the coastline. Not far away is the local airport which facilitates many smaller aircraft all year round.
A big Thank-You to Eygló and Iceland Review (http://www.icelandreview.com)!