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2015-04-26 10:00:20 Posted by: Erlend Haarberg
Awarded images 2015/1

I am thrilled that my image "Red fox in winter landscape" won the Mammals category in the ASFERICO International Nature Photography Competition.

The same photograph was awarded third prize in Mammals category in the Nordic Nature Photo contest this year.


In addition, my photo "Jumping stoat" (see below) is presented as highly commended image in the ASFERICO exhibition and catalogue 2015. You can see the winning photographs here.

Finally, the jury of the Glanzlichter European Nature Photographer of the Year competition awarded one of my Iceland aerials as a highly commended image in the category Wetlands.

See all my awarded photographs here.


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2014-12-20 15:47:43 Posted by: Orsolya Haarberg
Iceland calendar 2015

Heye Kalender has published a large format calendar with our Iceland images. 

The calendar received a Silver award at the Gregor International Calendar Award at the Frankfurt Book Fair in October 2014.


See the whole calendar on the publisher's website  (click on the images to enlarge them).


You can order the calendar from Heye Kalender or from Amazon.

The size of the calendar is 78x58cm, and it weighs 1,79kg. The calendar is in German.

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2014-12-19 22:16:11 Posted by: Orsolya Haarberg
Naturvernforbundet calendar 2015

Support nature conservation in Norway by purchasing the 2015 calendar of Norges Naturvernforbund!

The theme of the calendar is "joy in nature". We are represented both as photographers and "photo models" in the calendar.


Take a look at the whole calendar here

The front cover shows a Norwegian lemming (photograph by Erlend Haarberg)


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Since 2005, we have traveled together as a team, constantly being on the move to capture those memorable experiences in nature, with our cameras in our hands. Our projects capture different parts of the "Cap of the North", in a never-ending search for eye-catching scenes, and the magic light that is so characteristic of this region. It is the desire to get back to our roots – to live with nature that inspires us to create the images that we do.

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