||| Arctic Wolf Pictures For your beautiful Home |||
Never-seen-beforearctic wolf photography in -56º F temperature. At the bottom of this page find more information about the arctic wolf and how you can create stunning home decor using these pictures of wolves.
PICTURES OF WOLVES
HOME DECOR WITH ARCTIC WITH WOLF PICTURES
Creating harmony between the elements in your home can seem daunting. Especially with the added pressure of creating a wow factor. Understandably, selecting between different images of wolves for your living room can be dizzying. After all, simply walking into the different rooms of a home can speak volumes about the person who put them together. Their passions, struggles, stories, and also personalities are all on display through the images that decorate their living spaces.
GALLERY OF WOLF PHOTOS
Wolf photographs in our client’s homes.
THE JOURNEY FOR WOLF PHOTOS
My passion for images of wolves has always been pushing the boundaries. I wanted to push the envelope beyond that to the rugged terrain of the icy arctic snow to Grise Fiord. The desolate location found me sitting in a tiny six-seater aircraft, which took three days. The tiny aircraft was forced to land in a blizzard. A panic attack got me. I broke into cold sweat despite the sub-Arctic temperatures. When I reached Grise Fiord, I met Raymond, my wolf tracker! We left town, on an 8-hour snowmobile ride to capture wolf images.
SURVIVING THE ELEMENTS
We pitched our tent at -56 F and that was to become our home for the next 9 days. The artic could just as well have been the land of the midnight sun since the daylight shone even up to midnight on a clear night. Since we were two of us on a snowmobile, there was a weight restriction & so we carried limited supplies. We awoke the next morning to search for wildlife so we could eat for the next 9 days.
NEW EXPERIENCE WITH WOLF PHOTOGRAPHS
It was such an eye-opening experience to find and photograph wolf images. We dedicate our lives to this art form. Our dinners each night is frozen air-cured slices of wild Musk Ox, and sleep in a basic sleeping bag. I wonder how the snow wolf spends the night. Sitting in mounds of snow for hours waiting to take photos in total isolation brings home the stark reality of who you are and also how insignificant a being the human is, amongst God’s Creations. The experience and these wolf photographs set the soul free.
8 HOUR RIDE FOR THE PICTURES OF ARCTIC WOLVES
Once the snowmobile was packed and heading to town 8 hours away, I was suddenly stopped in my tracks. The elusive Arctic wolf appeared on the horizon. Almost to bid me goodbye, as I was giving up my expedition for wolf images.
A MIRACULOUS MOMENT
Divine intervention or poetic justice, this find was the highlight of a week of adversity and also terrifying loneliness. Waiting to take pictures of arctic wolves was taking a toll. There are times that one marvels at the magnificence of a solitary existence, this was one of those times. I have been so fortunate to learn to make myself one with my nature and also my surroundings to capture these pictures of wolves.
See our short film on how we took pictures of a wolf, the musk ox, polar bears, and reindeer.
PICTURES OF ARCTIC WOLVES
These images of wolves are some of my favorite animal pictures that I have photographed. I have always challenged myself to do things in order to get out of my comfort zone. This collection of wolf images proves it. Traveling to isolated places where wildlife has never interacted with humans. Being miles and miles away from human contact to create art is my passion. Each new destination I visit becomes bigger and more exciting from the last.
EMBRACING THE COLD
I have been to countries and also regions in this world with the hottest temperatures. I love being in extreme weather conditions just like the snow wolf. Feeling the cold throughout my skin is such a thrill and also motivation to always keep taking arctic wolf images. Which pictures of a wolf are your favorite?
A: About 200.
A: They are native to Canada’s Queen Elizabeth Islands, from Melville Island to Ellesmere Island.
A: As adults are 3.9 – 6.6 ft. in length. Weighing about 66 – 180 lbs for males and 51 – 120 lbs for females. As seen in our photos, wolves are simply amazing.
WOLF PICTURES SIZE AND FINISH OPTIONS
• 8 x 12 in / Edition of 15
• 17.5 x 26.25 in / Edition of 20
• 23.5 x 35.25 in / Edition of 30
• 35.5 x 53.25 in / Edition of 15
• 43.5 x 65.25 in / Edition of 10
PICTURES OF A WOLF FINISHING OPTIONS:
Unframed or Plexiglass.
Arctic wolf photography captured in the UPPER ARCTIC.