14.04.09 by Jeff

Daniel Shea

Photos by Daniel Shea. Chicago. This first photo wow, there’s so much brick happenin’ here its crazy!

daniel shea photographer photography chicago

daniel shea photographer photography chicago

daniel shea photographer photography chicago

daniel shea photographer photography chicago

daniel shea photographer photography chicago

daniel shea photographer photography chicago

daniel shea photographer photography chicago













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



  • forget a blu-ray player, i want a ghetto blaster with a tv in it.

  • william

    i love daniel shea

  • The tree garage door is my fav, tied with the brick boxk within the brick box. I’m going to take a bit of a guess and say that he likes texture, I don’t know though, it’s a pretty tough call.

    And Jeff I do agree about the boom box/tv I think it would be a huge hit at the beach as well.

  • love the symmetry. look at the details on that plant!

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  • Thanks jeff for the A+ site! Props this a hometown series





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