navisphotography Nature painting on walls. 1h

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navisphotography An abandoned America dream. 2d

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navisphotography Waiting for spring... Spring tends to be my favorite time to travel in my car. Looking to hit up Tuscon, AZ and parts of western New Mexico soon. 1w

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navisphotography Icy Teeth. 1w

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navisphotography Remember. 1w
  •   ryansawtelle You taking a picture of a structure is like Bob Ross painting people. Never seen before. 1w

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navisphotography Divided. 2w

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navisphotography Don't let it get away. 2w

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navisphotography Tiburcio's Hideout. 3w

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navisphotography I like to keep my gear simple. This is my work horse. I use the 55mm and 105mm lenses for my landscape work. After dropping it on a granite rock from six feet and still be able to function perfectly, it's very much a tank. 3w

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navisphotography Always in awe of this planet. 3w

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navisphotography The salty version of Hoth. #starwars #california #desert 3w

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navisphotography Fade. 4w

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navisphotography http://www.navisphotography.com

New site is up. Mostly running. Hope you enjoy the visual stories.
This is the image that made me switch to film format for my landscapes. I thought to myself, "Yup. This is how I'm doing it from here on out." Enjoy y'all.
#inyo #california #395
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navisphotography Particles. 4w

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