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Silver Award for • The Migration of the Eagle Hunters •

Updated: Jan 10, 2019


I was thrilled to learn earlier this month that my editorial • The Migration of the Eagle Hunters • won a Silver Award in the category Travel Editorial of the One Eyeland Photography Awards 2017.

It was adjudged by a jury of 17 eminent artists, the awards this year received over 4000 images from 74 countries.


I took this series in February 2017 in Mongolia where followed a nomadic Kazakh family and their livestock as they made their 150km Spring migration across the Altai Mountains with temperatures as low as -40C (-40F). They move about a thousand animals including yaks, camels, goats and eagles.

This expedition has been one my personal favorites, so I am excited it may find a new audience.


The destination, the nomad family’s spring camp in Tavan Bogd national park, is a place that only a handful of outsiders have seen in the winter months so far.


I am particularly pleased as some images of these series found already new homes during my exhibition November 2017. Get yours!


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Martin Vogt's body of work spans vanishing cultures, ancient traditions and contemporary culture alike – yet always retains a human and nature element.