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A black and white travel journal across eastern New Mexico.


About the Author

nathan mccreery
iamacamera1 clovis, new mexico USA

Some of Nathan’s earliest memories revolve around photography. As a young child Nathan found a camera in the crawl space under his home and worked in the neighborhood to earn money to purchase film and processing.

With every intention of becoming a graphic designer he enrolled at Eastern New Mexico University in 1974 in the art program. “As a part of my degree plan it was required that I take a class in photography. The moment I saw the first photograph develop, I was hooked. No longer was my plan to become a board illustrator (bored illustrator); I would create photographs!

Recent awards include Artist in Residence; Lake Powell Artist’s Association. Artist in Residence; National Park Service, Rocky Mountain National Park. Artist in Residence, National Park Service Acadia, National Park. He resides in Clovis, New Mexico with his wife of 36 years Virginia, two border collies, T-Max a black and white border, EmmaJune a red and white border, and Calypso, a golden retriever

Publish Date  December 31, 2009

Dimensions  Small Square  36 pgs   Standard Paper

Category  Fine Art Photography

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Comments (6) Write a comment


ReneeGraner says

Enjoyed your book.....

posted at 09:19pm Feb 14 PST


frankLavelle says

Nathan, nice to see a photography teacher who takes pictures as well Don't get me started! As for inspiring your students, good luck with that!

posted at 04:54pm Jan 07 PST


edmertz says

Excellent lesson, well taught!

Ed Mertz

posted at 04:19pm Jan 01 PST


Cold-Coast says

Fabulous - very inspiring.

Andrew S. Wright

posted at 09:25am Jan 01 PST


ksgarris says

I think the book is excellent. Great shots. Should teach students to slow down, step back and look at the surroundings we have available every day. Excellent!

posted at 08:39am Jan 01 PST


JohnDaly24 says


I found the book. Excellent photos and great for teaching. Using your eyes and training your mind to see. You have done it here.

John Daly

posted at 09:18pm Dec 31 PST


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