22.05.09 by Jeff

Anna Morosini

Photos by Anna Morosini.

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



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  • I really like the one of the lamp over the table, its simple and nice

  • NVA

    the first pic is nice tooo

  • i.

    I love her pics! :)

  • thak u everybody.
    if someone are intrested about shooting or prints, can find my email address on my pfofile on flickr
    (anna.morosin@gmail.com)
    thank u guys!!

  • luca

    ma ti si ritrova ovunque… ; )

    m’è capitato di vederti anche su ffffound! ?è sempre un piacere.

    un saluto . luca ( quello che ti sta antipatico : )…).

    sinceramente…aspetto da sempre un tuo commento sui quadri che faccio …

    mi farebbe piacere.
    che ti costa, passa un attimo ogni tanto.
    un abbraccio.

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  • Hi Very nice website! :)





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