16.06.09 by Jeff

Greg Girard

Photos by Greg Girard. Love the colours.

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greg girard photographer photography

greg girard photographer photography

greg girard photographer photography

greg girard photographer photography

greg girard photographer photography

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

  • http://mechanicaldevice.blogspot.com/ stefano

    I agree, the colors really give a lot to the photos.
    Oh, and the gosthy figure in the first picture is just awesome!

  • http://www.yaalinimai.blogspot.com/ zara


  • http://www.paper-doll.com leigh

    indeed, the colours are stunning.

  • http://www.nicoleshmicole.blogspot.com Nicole


  • http://www.flickr.com/photos/fabiocristo fabio

    beautiful atmosphere too_

  • Maya

    gorgeous. the texture just up and grabs you.

  • http://www.wearerooted.org Hebert Cabral

    Beautiful… any idea where they were taken?

  • Jennifer


  • lapetitefaon

    Absolutely gorgeous, where were they taken??

  • http://www.jeffhamada.com/ jeffhamada

    some are shots from Vancouver

  • lahura

    incredible, i want to live wherever you taked those photos (L)

  • emily

    beautiful and the photographer has been really sensative. the light and colour is stunning

  • http://www.paperschmaper.blogspot.com Krissy

    stunning photos!

  • axel

    meeoow, this was inspiring, I strongly feel like getting out and snapping some photos now.

  • http://tomburkulosis.com/ Tom

    He definitely has an eye for beautiful and interesting lighting situations… Love these

  • http://www.fletcherinkorea.blogspot.com fletcher

    some look like they were taken in korea?

  • http://hightidesn.blogspot.com SARAH

    These are gorgeous, the first three almost look like they could be paintings.

  • Ben

    Beautiful pictures. most of them have been taken in Shanghai. He published a book on the city like a year ago.

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