Category : Blog

Owls in Finnish Lappland
10:30 , March 20, 2012
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I’m just back from a short, but very interesting photo trip to Lappland – the northern parts of Finnland. The purpose of this trip was to photograph the Great Grey Owls and also try one Snowy Owl who was seen in the area. All images bellow were taken within 29 hours, so it was very [...]

New Zealand #1
10:18 , March 11, 2012
Posted in: Blog, Trip Reports

This is the first trip report from the photo expedition in November 2011 to New-Zealand, four sub-antarctic islands and Tasmania. Day 1 – 15.11.2011 After a long flight from Oslo to New Zealand, we arrive at Christchurch on the South Island. This city, in the past year, has been plagued by two large earthquakes, and [...]

Rwanda 2012
00:24 , March 9, 2012

Below is the first blog posting from the photo safari to Rwanda in February 2012. If you would like to read more information about similar photo safaris to Rwanda you can go HERE.   Day 1 – 17.02.2012 Eight photographers, seven from Norway and one from Denmark connected in the evening at Kigali airport. After [...]

Year 2011 in Pictures
16:27 , February 3, 2012
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2011 was an amazing year for me as a wildlife photographers. I had some great safaries and expeditions to places like: Svalbard, the sub-Antarctic islands of New Zealand, Galapagos, India and Kenya. I also had 2 awarded images in the BBC Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2011 and 3 images in the german contest GDT. [...]

Jon Langeland - Kenya 2011
17:20 , January 4, 2012
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  Jon Langeland   Oslo, Norway   akilles4you@hotmail.com  This travel to Masai Mara in the lead of Ole Jørgen was really good for my purpose and to me the most cost-effective wildlife-photo-trip ever. I have been in other resorts in MM earlier, but never in so many different animal scenes in that short time. Even after [...]

Helmut Pum - Antarctica 2009
15:41 , January 4, 2012
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  Helmut Pum   Steyr, Austria   www.Naturfotografie-Pum.at   hepum@utanet.at  Die Antarktis – eines der letzten unberührten Naturparadiese unserer Welt. Die Reise war für mich ein Wunschtraum, der in Erfüllung ging.  Antarctica – is one of the last unspoiled natural paradises of our world. A dream which has become real……  

Eva Pum - Antarctica 2009
14:13 , January 4, 2012
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  Eva Pum   Steyr, Austria   www.Naturfotografie-Pum.at   hepum@utanet.at  Die Antarktis, dieses beeindruckende und majestätische Gebiet am südlichsten Ende der Welt ist ein Ort der Superlative. Es war eine grandiose Reise mit Ole Jorgen!  The Antarctic, this impressive and majestetic area at the southern end of the world is a place of superlatives. It was a [...]

Yann Muzika - Svalbard 2011
14:06 , December 22, 2011
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  Yann Muzika   France   thewildernessalternative.wordpress.com   yannmuzika@mac.com  Not all Svalbard nature photo cruises are born equal. Ole is putting all his knowledge in photography and experience of the area at the service of his guests, taking care of all the details that make a difference : choosing the best itinerary given the ice conditions, getting [...]

Per Trovik - Kenya 2011
10:05 , December 22, 2011
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  Per Trovik   Asker, Norway   trovik@getmail.no  This september I traveled with “Naturfokus” to Masai Mara in order to shoot the wildebeest migration. The trip was no stroll in the park – Nature photographers tend to get awake very early in the morning to catch the first morning light. Ole Jørgen had done excellent preparation [...]

Tommy Solberg - Svalbard 2011
12:37 , December 19, 2011
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  Tommy Solberg   Vestfossen, Norway  http://www.villmarksfotografen.com/  tommysolberg@villmarksfotografen.com  I am a Norwegian nature photographer who works with everything in nature. In 2011 I was with Ole Jørgens photo expedition to Svalbard. When focusing on the polar bear. But the trip was so much more than the bears! The light, landscape and everything was overwhelming. And [...]