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Art Wolfe Photographs the American Southwest

GreatOutdoors.com showcases photographer Art Wolfe's world-wide expeditions as he films his PBS series, Travels to the Edge
By Peter Potterfield - August 26th, 2010

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Join us in this ongoing series of of photo galleries as GreatOutdoors.com showcases photographer Art Wolfe's world wide expeditions as he films his PBS series, Travels to the Edge with Art Wolfe.

In this episode of Travels to the Edge with Art Wolfe, Art visits the geologic time capsule of the American Southwest. Its bizarre and beautiful rock formations are the result of eons of erosion. In Utah’s Zion National Park, Art explores surreal slot canyons carved from wind and water and encounters the strange rock spires—hoodoos—that punctuate the landscape like giant exclamation points. In Arizona’s Canyon de Chelly, he goes by horseback with a Navajo guide to discover petraglyphs hidden in tribal lands. With its brilliant light, red desert rock, cobalt blue skies, golden cottonwoods and white-barked aspens, the American Southwest is a photographer’s playground. See Art's video introduction to this program.

 

 


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