15.04.09 by Jeff

The Big Apple

I landed in NY around 4pm, here’s a couple quick snaps. I had to take the obligatory wing shot. I like the little mountain poking up (this was in Washington, Mt. Baker?).

new york jeff hamada blog

new york jeff hamada blog

new york jeff hamada blog

new york jeff hamada blog

new york jeff hamada blog

I won’t bore you with anymore touristy photos – I PROMISE! Will let you know how day 1 of F5 NY goes!













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



  • Jim

    That’s Mt. Rainier my friend.

  • well i’m jealous.

  • that band is awesome. they used to play at union square all the time when i was there at grad school.

  • I would love to know the Big Apple. São Paulo is as big as NY, but isn´t the center of the world. Wich means worst shows, museums, etc.

    -TC-

  • hey,

    what camera and lens are you using?

    in f5, check out the Moment Factory talk, there is where i work…

    • just saw the Moment Factory dudes talk it was some really amazing stuff, didn’t realise you guys did the visuals for the NIN tour. so sick

    • ps – nikon d80 with a fisheye

  • Great pic on the plane

  • The wing picture is actually a little cooler than most because of the arrows and the mountain. Makes it less tourist.

    ALSO times square is one of my favorite places. Where else can you eat, drink and shop at 2 am? Pretty much nowhere.

    • Kyle

      Tokyo, Bangkok.

    • Palma de Majorka))
      and goooood clubs

  • Erin McGlauflin

    Next time you go to the city, find the kickin black duo in Penn Station (I think that’s the name). A guy on keyboard doin a beat, and a tall SnoopDog/bum lovechild who plays amazing sax. The music is the greatest thing I’ve ever heard in my life.

  • Okay I’ll rephrase that then. I’ve never been anywhere else where you can eat drink and shop at 2 am.

    Though I thoroughly want to go to both Tokyo and Bangkok

  • Cool stuff!





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