08.04.09 by Jeff

Aaron Feaver

Photos by Aaron Feaver. Straight outta the Booooooom Flickr Pool.

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



  • http://www.paper-doll.com leigh

    oh wow, those are lovely…

  • http://ookie.si ookie

    mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm
    nice!
    Balloones is my favorite.

  • http://www.neshatgolparvar.blogspot.com nesh

    i love the first photo! wow

  • http://www.beyondmybody.blogspot.com LeeAnn

    this is my style, pure and simple

  • Robert B Cooper

    I love the minimalism. These are beautiful. I feel like I’m taking a walk early in the morning when no one else is awake.

  • http://capree.blogspot.com CapreeK

    Great stuff! Way to be, Aaron Feaver. Way to be.

  • http://goodoldfashionedprint.blogspot.com Rory

    This is great. I really enjoy the photographers who’re coming through at the moment who’s work has a definite air of stillness to it. Lovely

  • Maciel

    Love the hazy, dreamlike quality of these photographs.

  • PRIA

    beautiful! there is something illusive and quiet about them that i really enjoy.

  • http://artsponge.wordpress.com/ Patrick

    these are nice and peacefull

  • http://thisjaneisplain.blogspot.com Laure

    These are amazing!

  • http://linventairedelesthetique.blogspot.com/ Marion

    I’m glad you are talking about him, I loooooooooove his work.
    And he’s a nice guy.

    http://linventairedelesthetique.blogspot.com/2009/02/california-style.html

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  • http://www.chwongphoto.com.au CHWong

    Love the wave in the water.

  • http://flickr.com/evnyng Evan

    Some of the most active negative space I have ever seen.

  • http://www.brunoconrad.com Bruno Conrad

    Nice style. Really like the swings on the beach and the balloons.

  • kimberly

    SERENE. iloveit!

  • Tina

    beautiful

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  • http://christianpitschl.com Christian Pitschl

    Beautiful, beautiful!

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