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

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



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

  • wow…..beauty….colors….

  • indeed, the colours are stunning.

  • amazing

  • beautiful atmosphere too_

  • Maya

    gorgeous. the texture just up and grabs you.

  • Beautiful… any idea where they were taken?

  • Jennifer

    lovely!

  • lapetitefaon

    Absolutely gorgeous, where were they taken??

  • 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

  • stunning photos!

  • axel

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

  • Tom

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

  • some look like they were taken in korea?

  • 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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