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Let us introduce you to the adorable Hawkeye Huey, the most talented kindergarten photographer you’ll ever meet.

  At just five years of age, little Hawkeye has earned the title of being the youngest National Geographic photographer of all time and one of Rolling Stone‘s top 100 Instagram accounts. (The little guy has 136,000 followers!) Hawkeye, accompanied by his dad (National Geographic photographer Aaron Huey), recently spent 18 months traveling the American southwest, capturing the entire journey in stills from his point of view. Judging by the quality of his work, you’d never know he was a preschooler.  

#LakePowell, Arizona/Utah Border. Photo by @hawkeyehuey (4/4/15) A photo posted by Hawkeye Huey (@hawkeyehuey) on

#HorseShoeBend, near Page, Arizona. Photo by @hawkeyehuey (4/3/15)

A photo posted by Hawkeye Huey (@hawkeyehuey) on

#Llama at a petting zoo near #ZionNationalPark, Utah. Photo by @hawkeyehuey (4/5/15) A photo posted by Hawkeye Huey (@hawkeyehuey) on

#TenSleepCanyon, Wyoming. Photo by @hawkeyehuey 7/3/15

A photo posted by Hawkeye Huey (@hawkeyehuey) on

Pretty impressive, right? Did we mention he was five?!

Hawkeye and his dad are currently trying to crowdfund a picture book that features all of little guy’s impressive work from his travels. They’ve almost reached their goal of $35,000, with a couple of days remaining.

If you’d like to help Hawkeye fund his book, visit his Kickstarter page. For more on Hawkeye, check out the video, above.

What a cool kid!