Arctic fox photo gallery by Orsolya and Erlend Haarberg
Iceland's Arctic foxes, long trapped and hunted for their fur, have found sanctuary in a remote nature reserve. Wildlife photographers Orsolya and Erlend Haarberg meet the curious carnivores of Hornstrandir.
Orsolya & Erlend Haarberg are professional nature photographers who have been a team since 2005. They work primarily in the Nordic countries, and have published two books about this region in the past six years – one about Lapland, in 2008, and one about Iceland, in 2011.
Their images have been recognised at the largest international nature photo contests, including the Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition, GDT WPY and Nature’s Best Photography Awards.
Erlend has been awarded the title Norwegian Nature Photographer of the Year six times, while Orsolya won the title Hungarian Nature Photographer of the year in 2009 and 2011.
Outside Scandinavia, their images have been published in magazines including National Geographic, BBC Wildlife and Terre Sauvage.
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