02.01.09 by Jeff

Jenny Pollak

Beautiful photos shot through foggy windows, by Jenny Pollak. Cheers to James for posting her link to our Facebook group!

jenny pollak photography photographer

jenny pollak photography photographer

jenny pollak photography photographer

jenny pollak photography photographer

jenny pollak photography photographer

jenny pollak photography photographer

jenny pollak photography photographer

jenny pollak photography photographer

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



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  • what is art?this is art!Ilove these shots!

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  • Céline

    It make me Cold…

    I think at turner…Do you understand? I don’t speak English very well =S

    • yea it reminds me of sitting inside a car as its warming up.

    • yes

      yes…i understand and i thought of turner, too! :)

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  • Houk van Lake

    this is fantastic!!

  • definitely turner-in a photograph

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  • p

    not original, taken from polish artist who invented this kind of photography

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  • NoCarsGo

    Absolutely stunning. Dreamlike and haunting.

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  • hi

    how to contact Jenny Pollak ?
    please

    De Visu is a gallery.

    Thank you

    Olivier

    • Greg

      Jenny works out of Sydney, on the northern beaches. She’s an absolutely brilliant artist

  • Emily

    Amazing photos and all with a touch of dreamy end-of-holiday melancholy.

  • Emily

    and I’ve just realised they are the same locations photographed several times in different lights





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