Erika Larsen@erikalarsen888

Telling Stories-Santa Fe Photographic Workshops

https://santafeworkshops.com/workshop/telling_stories_san_miguel/


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Excited to announce that I will be teaching the workshop, TELLING STORIES, October 9-14, 2018 in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico with Santa Fe Photographic Workshops. This will be an amazing city to explore in a very personalized class setting. For more details visit the Santa Fe Photographic Workshops link in my bio!

Image: Leo Teton-Shoshone Bannock Tribe-2012
People of the Horse
@erikalarsen888 #santafephotographicworkshops


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LAST DAY!!!
Today is the last day to purchase a signed prints from the @natgeocreative’s Flash Sale. Including my tabular iceberg image and this powerful image by Beverly Joubert. Click on the link in my profile to see the full collection of globetrotting prints available for $100. @beverlyjoubert @natgeocreative


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Don’t miss out on @natgeocreative’s Flash Sale of signed prints for only $100. My image from Antarctica is in good company with these stunning images. Visit the link in my profile to see the full collection, running until April 28th. @amivitale @amytoensing @anandavarma @anniegriffithsphotography @beverlyjoubert @brianskerry @coryrichards @daviddoubilet @franslanting @jimmy_chin @joelsartore @joeriis @ljohnphoto @michaelnicknichols @ronan_donovan @timlaman @natgeocreative


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Antarctic Iceberg - January 2018

In honor of Earth Day, signed prints of Earth’s wildlife and wild places from @natgeocreative photographers are on sale now.
Visit the link in my profile to see the full collection of images or to purchase this image. Sale ends at midnight on April 28th.

A tabular iceberg seen at the 66.5 degrees south latitude in the Antarctic Peninsula. This iceberg, just south of the Lemaire Channel, could have been tens of thousands of years in the making starting as ambitious snowflakes that condenses into ice over time then flowing along glacial rivers of ice. Eventually they calve from a larger ice shelf and are classified by their shape. Increased calving as a result of shrinking winter sea ice upsets the seabed where the majority of all Antarctic life occurs. Some disturbances are needed to create a space for a diversity of organisms but some scientists believe that an increase in iceberg action may actually decrease biodiversity.


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Live today! I’m pleased to announce that my photo of a tabular iceberg seen at 66.5 degrees southern latitude in the Antarctic Peninsula is a part of the @natgeocreative’s Flash Sale of collectible prints that capture wildlife and wild places from April 20th-28th. Visit the link in my profile to see all the signed prints on sale for $100.


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@ngphotocamp NG Photo Camp Moldova is a partnership between @insidenatgeo and @internewsviews, designed to encourage young people in Moldova to tell their own stories through photography.


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@ngphotocamp Photo Camp Moldova is a partnership between @insidenatgeo and @internewsviews, designed to encourage young people in Moldova to tell their own stories through photography.


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