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My name is Noah Wulf and I'm a photographer based in Las Vegas, Nevada, United States of America. Here I will post mostly unedited photos and videos. If you want to see improved versions of photos, I'm on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/mojavewulfphotography/
Previously I have served as the historian of Boy Scouts of America Las Vegas Area Council Troop 430. I have photographed many subjects from toys to military aircraft. I have multiple hours of volunteer photography service under my belt. I currently shoot with a Canon EOS Rebel T3 and an LG V30 Thin Q smart phone.
I prefer the pronouns He, Him, and his.
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K9 Magnum of the Santa Barbara County sheriff's Office and his handler at the Orleans Arena during the Las Vegas K9 Trials.
LVAC Troop 430 Boy Scouts carrying food that was donated to LVMPD after the Route 91 Shooting.
Grand Canyon Airlines N297SA on approach for Boulder City Municipal Airport.
An F-35A Lightning II of the 6th Weapons Squadron landing after the Combined Arms Demo at Aviation Nation 2017
The tail of a F-35A Lightning II on static display at Aviation Nation 2017.
A Cessna 208B Grand Caravan of Grand Canyon Airlines on approach for Boulder City Municipal Airport
A DHC-6 Twin Otter of Grand Canyon Airlineson approach for Boulder City Municipal Airport.
A boat of Orange County Sheriff's Department Harbor Patrol Bureau entering Newport Bay.
A Toyota Tacoma of the Newport Beach Fire Department Lifeguard.
Boy scouts of Las Vegas Area Council Troop 430 raising the American Flag at Spencer Kimball W. Scout Reservation.
A General Dynamics F-16C Fighting Falcon on display at Aviation Nation 2019 at Nellis Air Force Base.
A crash tender of the USAF 99th Civil Engineer Squadron.
Julie Clark rolling her T-34 Mentor at Nellis Air Force Base during Aviation Nation 2019.
The M102 howitzer on a Lockheed AC-130U named "The Fourth Horseman".