23.12.08 by Jeff

Kim Holtermand

Beautifully minimal photography by Kim Holtermand.

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



  • N

    Luv the last one. Feels so desolated.

  • desolate is the perfect word yea

  • these are stunning. unreal compositions damn.

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  • kdawg

    very basic, some love however are you a master.

  • very good taken pictures!

  • Beautiful!)

  • so

    wow beautiful :)

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  • Love the mood in there. The trees are so fucking great

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  • severine collandre

    The last picture with the telephone box in the night, it’s strange and magic like in a David Lynch sequence.
    like it!!!

  • Tori

    I want to put myself in these places, I’m im awe of these photos.





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