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2014-09-23 13:46:43 Posted by: Erlend Haarberg
50 Years of Wildlife Photographer of the Year

I feel honoured that one of my images has been selected for publishing in the book 50 Years of Wildlife Photographer of the Year. This book is showcasing a collection of work from the world-famous competition’s 50-years history.

Sunset in Thórsmörk, Iceland – Highly commended image in the category Wild places in 2011 (photo by Erlend Haarberg)

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2014-09-19 12:23:01 Posted by: Orsolya Haarberg
Article in Camera Natura

When a large project comes to an end, we always make an effort to publish a selection of our favourite photographs in the Camera Natura magazine. In this Swedish magazine, beautiful layout and outstanding paper quality helps to get the photographs presented in a unique way, and it gives you an insight into the recent work of Scandinavian nature photographers.

Fighting kittiwakes (photo by Erlend Haarberg)


Although our project about the Norwegian Coast has not been completed yet, we have already published a couple of articles about the fjords, islands and archipelagos of Norway (see Coastal Norway articles). We have just added the Camera Natura article “Havlandet – norskekystens mange ansikter” to this list, which has been published in the September (Nr3/2014) issue of the magazine.

Double rainbow over Reine in the Lofoten Islands (photo by Orsolya Haarberg)

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2014-09-01 11:10:57 Posted by: Orsolya Haarberg
Iceland's magic

If you subscribe to the online magazine of David Noton Photography, I am happy to let you know that a selection of my Iceland images appear in the guest feature of the September issue of the magazine!


Autumn birch forest at Hraunfossar (photo by Orsolya 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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