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Owl

Owl

Art Wolfe, the famous wildlife photographer, has been traveling through the mountains, forests and deserts for more than 35 years.
Like no one else he can show the beauty of the wildlife, wild animals and all the colors of our environment.
In these photos there are animals that are able to become invisible. The project is called Vanishing Act. How did the author manage to see them? Some animals are masters of camouflage. This ability is called mimicry (similarity of one species to another which protects one or both).
How many seconds or minutes do you need to find the animal?
It’s a real idyllic world of plants and animals! By the way, the author began work on his masterpiece in 1989, and showed a series of photos in 2005. Only 16 years later!
Art says that the main purpose of his work is to support and develop the idea of perfect beauty of the Earth.

Everything is very simple, and very beautiful! Awesome!

Caiman

Caiman

Dacnis

Dacnis

Deer

Deer

Deer

Deer

Giraffe

Giraffe

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Grey-tailed Tattler

Grey-tailed Tattler

Ground squirrel

Ground squirrel

Monkeys

Monkeys

Owl and Certhia

Owl and Certhia

Parrot

Parrot

Partridge

Partridge

Snake

Snake

Willow grouse

Willow grouse

Wolf

Wolf

Was it possible to solve all the mysteries of nature?

Art Wolfe was born on September 13, 1951 in Seattle, Washington in the family of commercial artists. In 1975 he graduated from the University of Washington.
The artist is fond of nature and he educates the viewer with his photos. Wolfe has taken more than two million images in his lifetime and travels nearly nine months out of the year photographing for new projects.

Art Wolfe

Art Wolfe

He is not only a photographer but also an author. His first book Indian Baskets of the Northwest Coast was published in 1978. Wolfe has released over eighty books, which have been translated into eight languages.
Magazines all over the world publish his photographs and stories. He works for such world famous magazines as National Geographic, Smithsonian, Audubon, GEO, and Terre Sauvage.
In May 2007 Art made his public television debut with his own television project Travels to the Edge. He is a founder of the publishing house Wildlands Press.
Wolfe is a winner of numerous book and television awards, as well as Nature’s Best Photographer of the Year Award, the North American Nature Photography Association’s Lifetime Achievement Award, the Photographic Society of America’s Progress Medal, Rachel Carson Award and many others.
Today his photos are available at the Art Wolfe Gallery in Seattle, Rotella Gallery™ in Las Vegas and New York City.

For more astonishing photos, visit his official site.