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Photographing sunset skies is one of my fave things to do… Then again, I enjoy photographing pretty much everything! Just as I write this my youngest is chuckling, “Ha, that is so true.” 🙂 I have read several times that though most people enjoy photographing sunsets, instead one should turn their camera in the opposite direction and...

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Texas lightning storm with thunder under cloud cover. A beautiful display from mother nature in the night sky. Long exposure, low ISO, and a 50 mm lens. Support my photography addiction simply by becoming a fan. Thanks for looking. —Angela Navarette Photography

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This image was captured traveling somewhere between Denver, Colorado and Wyoming headed toward Yellowstone National Park several years ago. I wish I could remember, but it is neither here nor there, because it is not the location but the image that I love.This was taken with my first DSLR, my little Nikon D40 that had only...

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Geyser Basin, Yellowstone National Park in the good ol’ U.S. of A. baby! 2008. Some of the most beautiful scenery to feast your eyes upon. I loved it and would L.O.V.E. to go back. Hubby and I have a rule though, no two places twice (margaritas were talkin’). Too much to see and do. Friday...

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On my way to take my son to school in the morning the other day, we had a visual treat in the sky. It was like God had painted the clouds there with a brush. Sooo beautiful. Look left, look right, look down, look up. Look! Or you just might miss something. Have a wonderful...

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