05.06.09 by Jeff

Stephen Tamiesie

Photos by Stephen Tamiesie. These are also quite geometric.

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stephen tamiesie photographer photography

stephen tamiesie photographer photography

stephen tamiesie photographer photography

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



  • It’s so interesting how pretty normal everyday things are so much more interesting in groups and at the correct particular angles. -tys

  • Bob

    The one with the logs is fantastic.. looks like they are coming at you.

  • the lines and shapes are very cool

  • love it!

  • the shopping cart is brilliant. such a great critique on modern society wrapped up into a simple little photo.

    • Marquess

      How so, insightful indian?

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  • Maciel

    Despite the fact that for many these are mundane sights, they just seem so otherworldly in these shots.

    • Amaida

      I love when angles and constructed to appear as triangles in photography. Great!

  • these are awesome!!

  • Woah, that looks awesome with the simplicity and shit,
    I like his style

  • The lines are great.

  • pilo

    AWSOME

  • seriously what parking lot needs that many handicap stalls?

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  • niki

    i love patterns, and these really are fantastic. everyday things turned into anything but.

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