22.06.09 by Jeff

Cao Tieou aka Autorun

Photos by Autorun. Beijing. I try to avoid posting work when I don’t know the person’s real name but maybe someone can translate the Chinese for me? UPDATE: Cao just emailed me! Mystery solved.

autorun flickr photographer photography beijing

autorun flickr photographer photography beijing

autorun flickr photographer photography beijing

autorun flickr photographer photography beijing

autorun flickr photographer photography beijing

autorun flickr photographer photography beijing

autorun flickr photographer photography beijing

autorun flickr photographer photography beijing

autorun flickr photographer photography beijing













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



  • Keax

    He doesn’t seem to reveal his real name on either his Flickr page or his web site and is just known as Autorun. (:

  • he just emailed me, thanks for taking a look for me I appreciate it!

  • I can translate the Chinese, Im a chinese. And I like your photos

  • Cillian

    These are just beautiful.

  • 很美的姑娘

  • 呵呵

  • I love these.





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