08.09.08 by Jeff

Thomas Prior

I came across some amazing little moments captured by photographer Thomas Prior and happily discovered he also has a blog… so now I pop over there… way too much.

His work: ThomasPrior.com

His blog: The Curving Hip, The Soothing Shade













Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • jennilee

    gold.

  • yea how did no one else react to this stuff? haha the guy peeing and the hotel fire would make a great diptych

  • haha i missed this post! HAHAH man that would be dope if he put the two together.. or the guy smiling at the 2nd building with smoke at the top!! lol. kind of evil…

  • Clif

    that guy peeing is every road trip I’ve ever taken

  • Beautiful! Linked to from KILLHYPE… nice! -B

  • First image is awesome.

  • Kevin Carmichael

    excellent shots!

  • i forgot this is where i first saw tom prior’s blog, i’ve checked it every week since.





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