16.03.09 by Jeff

Leon Batchelor

Photos by Leon Batchelor.

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leon batchelor photography photographer

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leon batchelor photography photographer

leon batchelor photography photographer

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leon batchelor photography photographer

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



  • nice captures

  • this is my first comment so i dont want to seem like a bad person, but do bubbles make shadows? im really liking 2nd to last.

    • sophia

      no, it’s not the bubble’s shadow, it’s the shadow of the lamp that is standing near the street
      ;D but you’re right, looks a bit like it’s the bubble’s

  • ok have realised its from the last post, my bad.

  • haha i wondered about that as well and then realised the same thing, i love that shot

  • Olé – you have such a nice eye for the cool photox ! ! ¤
    (it’s amazing the one with the scary little head in the window – I’m certain he holds an axe behind the wall !)

  • hahahaaa

  • i took a photo of my hand just like that a few years ago, pretty creepy… i love the one of the hair and sunlight and… the bubble





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