Happy Holidays from Art Wolfe!

Happy Holidays everyone. I know we are all anxiously looking forward to a better 2021, and I believe there is a lot to look forward to! I’m missing seeing friends and family for the holidays, but lets all be as safe as possible in this final stretch before things can begin to get back to normal. I’m excited about projects on the horizon – what do you plan to do with your 2021?

I’ll also be doing a special live holiday Tequila Time this coming Tuesday the 29th at 5:30 PM PST on Facebook and Instagram live. If you plan to tune in or watch the recording after the fact, leave your questions in the comments below and we will try to get to as many as possible for the Holiday Q&A!

Wishing you safe and very happy holidays!

-Art & the AWI Staff

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Wishing You a Happy Healthy Holiday Season!

What am I grateful for? In these times, my health and that of my friends and fans worldwide. Thousands of you tune in every week to watch Tequila Time on Facebook & Instagram which deeply gratifies this old heart! I’m also fortunate to have great connections with B & H Photo, participating in their virtual Optic event this year. If you missed it, be sure to check it out!

This week on my live stream, I expounded on the photos in my popular book Photographs from the Edge. This book is a timeline of travels near and far with tech tips from noted photography author Rob Sheppard. Many of you may remember that he was the longtime editor at Outdoor Photographer.

In this latest episode I mention several Photos/Travels to the Edge products that I am offering for the holidays, so here are the links for easy access! If you purchase Photographs From the Edge (or any other book on my website for that matter) and you want it signed or inscribed to that special someone, please put that in the notes field when you check out.

Photographs From the Edge goes hand-in-hand with my TV show Travels to the Edge, available both on DVD through my online store, or streaming on my Vimeo On-Demand channel day or night!

Finally and most importantly, everyone stay safe and healthy this holiday season – it seems the experts are on the cusp of a vaccine and some normalcy may be on the horizon. I for one plan to minimize my risks as much as possible in hopes of a travel-rich 2021 – I’ve got work to do!

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Happy Holidays From Art Wolfe!

It’s around this time annually that I assemble a collection of my most memorable images from throughout the year’s travels. Though the photos are primarily focused on the flora, fauna, and landscapes of the places I’ve been they also serve as reminders of the friends I’ve had the pleasure of traveling with and those I’ve met along the way. I look forward to sharing this collection of 2017 in review with you very soon.

My staff and I would like to wish everyone the very best this holiday season, and a happy, healthy and prosperous new year. I have some exciting new projects in the works that I look forward to sharing with everyone, and I’m equally as eager to discover the new inspirations my travels and dialogues with all of you will bring me. It’s my hope that 2018 brings new perspectives and opportunities to each and every one of you as well!

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Happy Holidays

We put a lot of thought into everything we do here at Art Wolfe, Inc. Happy Holidays!

Japanese snow monkeys reside farther north than any other primate, aside from humans. In the Japanese Alps of Honshu Island, these Japanese macaques, better known as snow monkeys, display almost human social interaction. When the animals began frequenting a local hot spring, human residents decided to build a monkey-specific spring where the macaques can enjoy a daily afternoon bath and grooming. This group of monkeys is habituated to humans and felt no inhibitions about approaching.

Tsaatan translates to "people of the reindeer." Reindeer provide food, clothing, and transportation for this endangered people. Mongolia

Elk or wapiti, Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming

Creatively yours,

Art, Chris, Libby, Amanda, Tim, Bill & Deirdre

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