08.04.09 by Jeff

Melanie Bonajo

Dossier posted some nice images by photographer, Melanie Bonajo.

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melanie bonajo photographer photography

melanie bonajo photographer photography

melanie bonajo photographer photography

melanie bonajo photographer photography

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



  • oh man oh gosh. these are all so perfect. really good. i wish i was really good like this.

  • Robert B Cooper

    I love the second to the last one!

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  • hahah i love the one in the car, i can’t remember where i’ve seen it before but these are all so good!

  • emily

    first is my fav, but all the others are great too, third a bit wierd though…

  • ray jay

    the third one’s my favorite!

  • can i visit the enchanted forest?

  • francie.

    mmm. i really like the nature of these photos. so eerie yet content.

  • love the first one and the last one





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