Navis: Mongol Rally

Posted by Scott

Photographer Tim Navis is participating in The Mongol Rally, a drive from the UK to Mongolia. You can follow along at Tim’s Rubik Crew page. Seems like an incredible adventure, I imagine he’ll be coming back with some amazing shots, can’t wait to see them. And in case you haven’t checked in on Tim since we last featured him, here are a few of his recent shots to refresh your memory:


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koneyn says:

July 23, 2009 at 12:23 am

What a coincidence, I was just refreshing my fascination with Tim’s magnificent photography only a few days ago.

Can’t wait for the new stuff!

Btw, Tim – what’s up with your site, didn’t work last time I checked?


Rent says:

July 23, 2009 at 1:17 am

I’m super excited to see the photos after this journey. sure they’ll be nothing short of amazing…


Mark C. says:

July 23, 2009 at 9:34 am

This journey should indeed be pretty interesting–worth checking out.

I love how he’s introduced here as a “blog reader” in addition to being a photographer–that was great, LOLOL!!!


Zach Burson says:

July 23, 2009 at 10:12 am

These are some really amazing photographs. Know what kind of camera he uses? All of these photos have great color and a very vintage feel. I am in love with both the mountains, really great.


Scott says:

July 23, 2009 at 11:08 am

ha, good call. was trying to make the point that he’s a “friend of the blog” and comments here. but I suppose that was the wrong order….fixed!


koneyn says:

July 23, 2009 at 11:04 pm

One more thing – is it only me, or you also feel like staring into the sun when watching most of these photo’s? And I mean like, with your eyes almost hurting, lol

Tim is truly the master of lighting :)


NAVIS says:

July 24, 2009 at 4:56 am

Greetıngs from Tramson Turkey!

Hahahaha of course I would be at an ınternet cafe somewhere ın Turkey readıng thıs blog. Amazıng! Thanks Scott!

Rıght now were on our way to Georgıa (ıim on a turkısh keyboard so everythıng ıs very backasswards). We hauuuulledd from Prague to Istanbul ın about 30 hours ın our car. God bless that machıne. Been tryıng to get ın as many photographs as I can. I feel that I wıll get more as central asıa comes along. food ın Turkey rules by the way and I have concluded people honk to honk. So much fun though.

Sorry ıf my sıte doesnt work perıodıcally. My server ıs weırd and shuts down from tıme to tıme. At least thats what I have concluded. Havent had much tıme to update ıt but I wıll probably after I post thıs.

If I can ıll try to say howdy from Dushanbe when I get there. Forecast for Uzebekıstanı desert? 110. And our car has NO aır condıtıonıng.

Untıl next tıme… here are some cool characters from the keyboard: €ğĞüŞÇÖç/