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Profil publiczny Influencera Bite of Iceland

Bite of Iceland

Fotografujemy i piszemy o Islandii. Pomagamy odkryć najciekawsze smaczki Islandii.
Miejscowość: Gdynia i Reykjavik
Wiek odbiorców: 25-34

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Nazywamy się Marta i Adam Biernatowie. Zawodowo zajmujemy się fotografią – z naciskiem na fotografię outdoorową i kulinarną, oprócz tego realizujemy swoje indywidualne projekty artystyczne. W ubiegłym roku ukazała się nasza książka o Islandii pt. „Rekin i baran. Życie w cieniu islandzkich wulkanów”.

Bite of Iceland to blog podróżniczo-lifestyle’owy z zacięciem artystycznym. Założyliśmy go na początku 2016 roku. Zrodził się z pasji – pasji do dalekiej Północy, fotografii i opisywania świata. Na Islandii od kilku lat każdego roku spędzamy sześć miesięcy, ta niesamowita wyspa to nasz drugi dom. Znamy ją, jak mało kto. Na blogu dzielimy się naszą fascynacją.

 

Co nas wyróżnia?

W zaledwie rok od założenia bloga liczba fanów na Facebooku przekroczyła 30 tys. Obecnie nasze islandzkie przygody śledzi już ponad 62 tys. osób.

Bardzo duży nacisk kładziemy na stronę wizualną naszego bloga. Oboje jesteśmy z wykształcenia historykami sztuki. Mówiąc krótko, znamy się na obrazach. Fotografie to niezwykle istotny element naszej działalności. Wiemy, jak za ich pomocą przykuć uwagę. Wiemy także jak, wykorzystując fotografię, opowiedzieć wciągającą historię. Wykorzystamy to, współpracując z Tobą. Chętnie w niesztampowy sposób opowiemy o Twojej marce.

 

Co możemy zaoferować?

Naszym zdaniem najbardziej efektywna jest współpraca długoterminowa. W ten sposób możemy wspólnie wypracować skuteczną strategię, która przyniesie Twojej marce największy pożytek. Jeśli jednak jesteś zainteresowany pojedynczym wpisem, testem, czy recenzją, to takiej formy współpracy również się podejmujemy.

Dotychczas współpracowaliśmy m.in. z: Herbalife, Rainbow, Fjord Nansen, Klub Podróżników Soliści, Inside the Volcano, Iceland Premium Tours, Happyworld.

Portfolio fotograficzne: adambiernatphoto.com

We are so lucky that we have found our place on Earth. A place which can refresh our spirit and just makes us feel incredibly happy. Although we don't live here all year long, we will always come back. Maybe not like now for months, but for sure for days and weeks. Realising that your dreamy land really exists and you can visit it whenever you want to is for sure invaluable. Our hearts will always beat in Icelandic rhythm
Without a doubt also in Iceland, summer is in the air. The last few days spoiled us completely – thermometers in Siglufjörður showed 19°C, can you believe it? This is something outstanding for this time of the year here. Finally, soon we will start to dust our camping equipment and head out to discover new hiking trails. We just can't wait because there are so many mind-blowing trails around our Sigló
Wiemy, że wśród Was jest wielu pasjonatów podróży, tak jak my. Jeśli podczas swoich wojaży chcecie szybko zasilić Wasze konto walutowe, warto skorzystać z serwisów takich jak na przykład Walutomat, dzięki którym naprawdę sporo zaoszczędzicie na wymianie waluty i płatnościach zagranicą. Możecie też za wynajem kwatery czy samochodu zapłacić przelewem zagranicznym i w ten sposób też wyjdzie to dużo taniej. Zwłaszcza że teraz pierwszy przelew zagraniczny wykonacie za ... ...
This cute newborn fellow in the near future will become a real warrior. He will grow up very strong, able to fight with extreme winds, crazy snowstorms and freezing temperatures. There's no doubt – Icelandic horses are real athletes in the animal world
What does your perfect day look like? In our case, the best scenario is simple: far away from all cities and crowds, among the marvels of nature. If it's possible, having elves around
Hej hej! POMOŻECIE? Ostatnio coraz więcej osób namawiało nas, abyśmy ruszyli z kanałem na youtubie. I chyba daliśmy się namówić
Mamy szczególną słabość do starych map i związanych z nimi historii. Gdy ostatnio wpadła nam w ręce książka „Atlas lądów niebyłych”, wiedzieliśmy, że nie sposób będzie się od niej oderwać. I map i historii jest tu całe mnóstwo! Jej autor, Edward Brooke-Hitching wybrał z historii kartografii masę niesamowitych smaczków. „Atlas” traktuje bowiem o fantasmagorycznych lądach, które kiedyś uważano za jak najbardziej prawdziwe. Wyspy widma, urojone rzeki i morza, ... ...
We are more or less settled in Siglo and we just wonder what awaits us in Iceland this year? Last year was great. Apart from our book - lots of pictures, a few exhibitions and a great cooperation with FÆÐA / FOOD magazine. In the last issue, you can find three articles with my photos. There are also Marta's articles there! This year will definitely be very busy. In addition to having a regular job at the museum, various projects and photographic assignments await me. And now the most ... ...
Sure, you can take a plane and get to Iceland in just a few hours from Europe, but we’ve always been fond of slow travel. It took us 8 days to get to Siglufjörður from Poland by land and sea. Our new home is so pretty!
We are in Iceland!
Teraz bujamy się na Atlantyku, ale jeszcze tydzień temu zasłuchiwaliśmy się w opowieściach z dalekiej Północy, biorąc udział w pierwszej edycji Nordic Talking. Było fantastycznie, a to dzięki wszystkim blogerom, którzy na imprezę dotarli z najdalszych zakątków Polski i Skandynawii. Festiwal nie przyciągnąłby aż tylu miłośników krajów nordyckich, gdyby nie wsparcie: Stena Line Polska Wipro Limited Hafnarstræti Hostel Iceland Wydawnictwo Poznańskie Smak ... ...
Lazy Sunday
We've just arrived in Hirtshals in Denmark and tomorrow we are boarding the ferry to Iceland. We'll spend three days on the ocean. We can't wait when on Tuesday morning Icelandic coastline will emerge in the distance
And the day has come
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Puff!
Empty roads. That's what we miss so much! #biteoficeland
Exactly in a week we'll pack our old, good-natured Toyota Yaris up to the roof, and head to Iceland for another 6 months. Maybe a little longer. Everyone on Instagram presents their white Land Rovers somewhere in the Icelandic wilderness. We thought we wouldn't be worse
Czy Wy też myślicie, że wodospady są jak
Alright, we won't hide it – we both just love beer! Did you know that drinking beer was prohibited in Iceland for more than 70 years? Currently everyone on the island is crazy about beer. According to some upbeat forecasts, Iceland has even a chance to become second Belgium when it comes to brewing. Get to know the intricate history of beer in Iceland and our favourite Icelandic beers. Skál!
Who doesn't want to make one's dreams come true? We've been dreaming about living in a small house by the fjord for a long, long time. And in three weeks we are moving into such a house. Just for five months, but we are happy like kids!
Sometimes you just need to see the world from the other side. Standing behind a waterfall is a really refreshing experience
Seeing your photos in a beautifully arranged exhibition is probably the biggest prize for every photographer. I'm really happy to have my photo-project 'Eyja/Island' exhibited in the Częstochowa Museum. 'Eyja/Island' is a result of four 6-month stays in Iceland. --- Zobaczyć swoje zdjęcia na pięknie zaaranżowanej wystawie to chyba największa nagroda dla każdego fotografa. Właśnie trwa wystawa mojego projektu fotograficznego 'Eyja/Wyspa' w Muzeum Częstochowskim. Wystawę można ... ...
We've bought the tickets for the ferry to Iceland. So now there's no return. Another 6-month adventure is ahead of us
Do you want to know my secret? I must tell you that years ago I wasn't a big mountain lover. Well, I loved its beauty but hiking - not really. Walking with a heavy backpack and camping definitely wasn't a good idea for me especially when it was getting colder. Everything changed when I met Adam and we travelled to the far North for the first time. He was a real mountain freak so I decided to keep up with him. Also, the charm of this special landscape and alluring emptiness completely changed my ... ...
Icelanders have a special fondness for horses. It always has been like that. Horses and humans have been great companions since the medieval times when the first Vikings appeared on the island. People have always considered them as proud and brave creatures. That's why when a warrior died, his horse was often buried with him.
Wraz z Anią Kurek, autorką książki „Szczęśliwy jak łosoś. O Norwegii i Norwegach” oraz bloga Norwegolożka serdecznie zapraszamy Was na Gdańskie Targi Książki, gdzie będziecie mieć okazję podpytać nas o Skandynawię. Do zobaczenia! :)
Icelandic lobster is one of the best delicacies you can try while travelling around Iceland. Tender, mouth-watering, a real treat for all senses. It’s worth splashing out on it. Check out our recipe for grilled Icelandic lobster tails with sea-flavoured dip. --- Islandzkie langustynki to przysmak jakich mało. Delikatne, jedwabiste, prawdziwa uczta dla zmysłów. Do najtańszych nie należą, ale zdecydowanie warto się na nie szarpnąć, podróżując po Islandii. A jeśli najdzie Was ochota ... ...
Hej! :) Mamy dla Was KONKURS. Do zgarnięcia są dwa egzemplarze naszej książki „Rekin i baran. Życie w cieniu islandzkich wulkanów”. Aby wziąć w nim udział, musicie tylko powiedzieć, czym dla Was jest Islandia, korzystając wyłącznie z emoji/emotikonów. Dwie najciekawsze „wypowiedzi” nagrodzimy książką. Jeśli zwycięzcą okaże się ktoś z Warszawy, będzie mógł odebrać swoją nagrodę osobiście podczas naszego spotkania autorskiego w czwartek w Księgarni MDM ... ...
When I finished my studies a few years ago, I got a job at an art gallery in Gdansk, Poland. After a few months, I was quite depressed. The job was really boring, the salary so crappy that I could barely survive, and I was just thinking what I am doing with my life. Anyway, then the idea of moving somewhere far away in the North appeared. Well, it had appeared much earlier but then it was starting to be more real. Marta and I needed some space to sort out our thoughts and decide what we really want from life. We knew two things. First of all, we definitely didn’t want to spend the rest of our lives in a 9 to 5, boring and unsatisfying job. Secondly, we had an urge to go as far north as we could. We started to look for a job in Longyearbyen on Spitsbergen. We got no reply, but we didn’t give up. ‘Let’s try Finnmark. It’s still quite far away in the north’, we thought. And soon I gave my notice at the art gallery, and we were packing our backpacks and heading far away. We got a job in a small guesthouse/camping/restaurant/gas station. Well, they had everything. Far enough – almost 500 km above the Arctic circle in a tiny village of Ifjord, where only 14 or 15 people live all year round. The nearest supermarket was 100 km away, and there was completely nothing. That’s what we needed :) When we arrived there at the end of April, we were completely unprepared. It was still winter, -8 °C, we had no money and we couldn't spend the first night at the airport in Alta, as we had planned. We landed just before midnight and had no other choice but to overnight in a tent. At that time we didn’t have great winter sleeping bags. Marta couldn’t sleep at all and was very nervous - because of the coldness, I was breathing very irregularly. In the morning we took a bus farther north-east - to Lakselv. The scenery on the way looked like in Antarctica. White, everywhere just white, and this whiteness was stretching as far as the eye could see. We had to get to Lakselv, where Halvdan, our employer, would pick us up. ‘Welcome to Finnmark!’, he said jauntily. That’s how we ended up in a place where you really have a lot of space to sort your thoughts out.
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When I finished my studies a few years ago, I got a job at an art gallery in Gdansk, Poland. After a few months, I was quite depressed. The job was really boring, the salary so crappy that I could barely survive, and I was just thinking what I am doing with my life. Anyway, then the idea of moving somewhere far away in the North appeared. Well, it had appeared much earlier but then it was starting to be more real. Marta and I needed some space to sort out our thoughts and decide what we ... ...
Podczas naszego ostatniego pobytu na Islandii zorientowaliśmy się, że nie mamy prawie żadnych wspólnych zdjęć. Mamy dwa z naszego ślubu w Wietnamie. Jedno krzywe, a drugie nieostre :D Tym bardziej ucieszyliśmy się, kiedy zostaliśmy zaproszeni do udziału w sesji zdjęciowej. Mieliśmy okazję zająć miejsce nie jak zazwyczaj za, ale przed obiektywem, za którym stanął Dawid (Dawid Bania Fotografia). Spędziliśmy razem fantastyczny dzień. Kręciliśmy się po przybranej w ... ...
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My fascination with the far North started when I was a teenager. Fantastic Icelandic music, Swedish cinema, love for the sound of the Swedish language... At that time I was dreaming about having a small house by the fjord. I still don't have it and, to be honest, I don't know if I'd like to live in one now. At least not all year round. But I'm really happy where this fascination has taken me
Three months ago we came back from Iceland to Poland. We start to miss such landscapes, lonely walks in the mountains and this feeling of freedom which you can experience there. Fortunately, we'll be back in Iceland in two months
Seljavallalaug pool is a real hidden gem in Iceland. Imagine an abandoned geothermal pool in the middle of the mountains. Our guide will help you make your visit to Seljavallalaug a memorable experience. Last year we lived for 6 months just 3 kilometres from the pool, so we visited it quite often, usually at night :) By the way, we completely changed our website. How do you like it now? Let us know if something doesn't work. --- Seljavallalaug to basen niezwykły. Marzy Wam się kąpiel w ... ...
When we went for a hike in the famous Landmannalaugar mountains, we simply couldn't believe our eyes. The scenery is otherworldly! If we had to choose just one place, which you can't miss in Iceland, it would be this one
Winter paradise ❄️
Imagine a day on the beach – white sand, sunshine, a bunch of palm trees, turquoise blue water… Forget it! It's rainy, windy, no palm trees around and the water is ice cold. And you don't want to leave. Is that possible? Head over to our article about Reynisfjara black sand beach to find out. Have you been there? :) --- Wyobraźcie sobie dzień na plaży – biały piasek, słońce, palmy, turkusowa woda… Nic z tych rzeczy! Zamiast tego – zimno, pada, wieje, wkoło żadnych palm, woda ... ...
Take in the surroundings!
What would you say about having a bath in a wonderfully warm river surrounded by picturesque mountains? Just add Reykjadalur hot springs to your bucket list! --- Co powiecie na kąpiel w cieplutkiej rzece w otoczeniu malowniczych gór? Brzmi jak piękny sen? Jak będziecie na Islandii, wybierzcie się nad gorącą rzekę w dolinie Reykjadalur! ➡️️ https://www.biteoficeland.com/pl/gorace-zrodla-reykjadalur/
When I finished high school, I went to study architecture. Even though it turned out that I'm much more into photography and visual arts than architecture, I still love to photograph buildings. Especially the ones that most people often don't pay much attention to.
The most fantastic thing about Iceland is that you have all this spectacular nature at your fingertips. We are in Poland right now, but in two months we are heading back to Iceland. This time we'll stay for around 5 months in the north. We are so excited! Can't wait to breathe this fresh air and immerse ourselves in this unreal scenery
Iceland doesn't have that much to offer when it comes to architecture. It's mostly all about extraordinary nature. You won't find here any castles, splendid city halls, gothic cathedrals and so on. But we must admit that its tiny churches are often so charming. This light blue one is one of our favourites ❤️
Hiking is always quite a humbling experience. You realize very clearly that you are just a very tiny part of nature. To tell you the truth, when I was a kid I didn't like hiking that much. It all changed in my early twenties, after a visit to Romanian Carpathian Mountains. Now I can't imagine my life without spending some time far away from civilization.
Spending some time in a place like this is like meditation. Many things become really clear then.
Mamy dosyć spory dystans do wszelkich rankingów, konkursów itp., ale fajnie znaleźć się w pierwszej dziesiątce najbardziej wpływowych blogów podróżniczych :) Dzięki, że nas czytacie, oglądacie zdjęcia. Super, że kręci Was Islandia!
Time goes by in a special way here, differently. When we are in places like this, we often wipe our eyes and pinch our cheeks – we just can't believe that it's all real.
Do you like winter? We love it! ❤️ Everything looks so unreal then. It's just a fish factory, but for us, when everything around is covered in snow, it looks like some strange castle in a faraway kingdom.
We have a special fondness for white horses. It's probably because they remind us of unicorns.
Preparing all of these Icelandic treats can take some time. If we are in hurry, we often have just Herbalife shake. We usually add some Icelandic ingredients to it, like birch syrup or Iceland moss. Are you sometimes guilty of skipping breakfast completely?
We love such moments of stillness when the wind is gone. Raging ocean turns into a shiny mirror and reflects all the silence. Don't be too happy though. Usually, it's just a sign that the wind is changing its direction. It will be back, much stronger. But enjoy this moment in-between.
What will happen when you mix Iceland moss, birch syrup and Herbalife shake? You'll get a real Viking shake! :) Thanks to it we managed to survive Icelandic cold, gloomy mornings. To get some Viking vibes, check out our recipe: http://www.biteoficeland.com/en/moss-for-breakfast/
Planning a trip to Iceland? Are you curious what unusual you will try in Iceland for breakfast? Have a look at Icelandic breakfast habits. And check out our recipe for a real Viking shake! --- Wybieracie się na Islandię? Zastanawiacie się, jak będą wyglądały Wasze śniadania? Co ciekawego i nietypowego będziecie mogli spróbować? Rzućcie okiem na islandzkie śniadaniowe specjały. Wypróbujcie też nasz przepis na prawdziwy koktajl ... ...
Iceland hides lots of secrets. That's why we come back year after year. Last year it was our fourth visit. We love to slow down when we are here, experience the island with all our senses. We like to feel the wind on our cheeks, we love the smell of arctic thyme and seaweed, and the sound of sheep running on the roads. We always spend here around 6 months. Many people ask us why we don't want to move here for good. But we just like it that way. It's good to have something you can miss. Happy ... ...
Because of scenes like this, Iceland reminds us of a fairytale. Yes, it really is a fairytale land!
Hej! Jak tam, wypoczęci po świętach? Zastanawiamy się nad ruszeniem ze sprzedażą naszych zdjęć. Czy chcielibyście kawałek Islandii powiesić na ścianie? :)
Drone View of Amazing Iceland
How are your Christmas preparations? Do you like experimenting in the kitchen? Have you tried ptarmigan? On our blog, you can find more about the tradition of eating ptarmigans during Christmas in Iceland. There's also a recipe waiting for you. Merry Christmas!
Visiting Seyðisfjörður is like finding oneself in a dream, a strange beautiful dream.
After a short break, we are back with a giant post. Are you planning a trip to Iceland? Maybe you are lost because of countless places to visit? It's not that easy to make your way through all Icelandic attractions. Have a look at our selection of TOP 50 amazing things to do in Iceland. Share it and enjoy! :) And what would you add to our list?
Iceland seen from the ocean always hypnotises us.
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It's always good to try something new. We had so much fun ice climbing on Sólheimajökull
Black sand stretches to the horizon. It's cold and windy, but you don't want to wake up from this dream.
Icelandic emptiness is highly addictive.

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