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Living The Dream: Dad Creates Fantasy World For Son (PHOTOS)

All your childhood dreams come to life.

That’s what photographer and father David Niles has done in a series of fantastical photos

The series is called ‘Nate’s Adventures’ and features Niles’ son experiencing all sorts of wild adventures. The imaginative little boy is snapped spotting dinosaurs, charming snakes, witnessing an alien invasion and even visiting the moon. What a lucky little boy.

Check out Nate’s Adventures below.

  • Living The Dream 1 of 13
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    All photos used with permission from David Niles. You can see more of his work at davidniles.com.

  • Somewhere Over The Rainbow 2 of 13
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     There's no place like home.

    Image source: DavidNiles.com

  • Dino Crossing 3 of 13
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     Not your average day at the beach.

    Image source: DavidNiles.com

  • Holy Cow! 4 of 13
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     This is my absolute favorite!

    Image source: DavidNiles.com

  • Half Man Half Beast 5 of 13
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     Octopus boy!

    Image source: DavidNiles.com

  • Prehistoric Friends 6 of 13
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     Making some new friends, perhaps?

    Image source: DavidNiles.com

  • Dino Nate 7 of 13
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     Here thar be dinosaurs.

    Image source: DavidNiles.com

  • Nate and the Giant Pumpkin 8 of 13
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     Oh my gourd!

    Image source: DavidNiles.com

  • Ruuun! 9 of 13
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     Not your average game of tag...

    Image source: DavidNiles.com

  • A New Friend 10 of 13
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     You're it.

    Image source: DavidNiles.com

  • Snake Charmer 11 of 13
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     Not exactly a dream for me... More like a nightmare.

    Image source: DavidNiles.com

  • One Small Step For Boy… 12 of 13
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     Nate sure does get around, doesn't he?

    Image source: DavidNiles.com

  • Alien Attack 13 of 13
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     The silent witness.

    Image source: DavidNiles.com

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