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2014-09-01 11:10:57
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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2014-06-24 19:51:07
Article in Natur&Foto
We have a 7-pages article in the last number (Nr3/2014) of the Scandinavian “Natur&Foto” magazine, which is the largest and most popular magazine for readers interested in photography and outdoor activities in the Nordic countries.
HaarbergThe opening page of the article shows the Kirkefjorden in the Lofoten Islands (photo: Erlend Haarberg).
HaarbergAnother photograph from the article shows the Lysefjorden with the first beams of the morning Sun entering the misty air above the surface of the fjord (photo: Orsolya Haarberg).
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2014-05-13 10:45:17
Two of our photographs in the Christie’s auction!

Now through May 27, Christie’s is hosting 'Limitless: Iconic Photographs from National Geographic / Editor’s Choice' an online-only auction featuring 70 editor’s picks from National Geographic’s image archive.

We feel deeply honoured to have two of our images selected for the auction - both photographs were taken in Iceland and were published in the May 2012 issue of the National Geographic Magazine.

Visit http://www.christies.com/natgeo to see the full selection.

The Hveravellir in Iceland (photo: Erlend Haarberg)

14.07.29-20:15:45 | Christies-2014-NG-orsi.jpgThe Gođafoss waterfall in Iceland (photo: Orsolya Haarberg)

Elizabeth Krist, senior photo editor at National Geographic Magazine, curated this group of contemporary photographs and archival images captured by award-winning photographers.
See how Elizabeth Krist made her selects http://bit.ly/1iFVzAo

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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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