29.06.09 by Jeff

Erin Mulvehill

Underwater, a series of photos by Erin Mulvehill.

erin mulvehill photographer photography can freeze time underwater

erin mulvehill photographer photography can freeze time underwater

erin mulvehill photographer photography can freeze time underwater

erin mulvehill photographer photography can freeze time underwater

erin mulvehill photographer photography can freeze time underwater

erin mulvehill photographer photography can freeze time underwater

erin mulvehill photographer photography can freeze time underwater













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



  • mdi

    beautiful

  • oh wow – these are freakin’ scary … but COOL!

  • Brilliant!

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  • emily

    6th is beautiful. its really graceful and the lack of colour gives it an amazing atmosphere.

  • mackenzie

    she is so talented!!!

  • scary, but sooooo coool! awesome pictures

  • Justin

    Really interesting. I don’t think I’ve seen anything like this before. I’ve seen underwater photography, but not likethis. And it is indeed spooky. But, quite awesome at the same time. I’ve heard it’s a REALLY difficult task to do.

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  • Eli

    These are beautiful! It harldy looks like it is underwater . . .

  • i am pretty sure these weren’t literally shot underwater, that is merely the title of the series – could be wrong though, but they appear to be shot behind a pane of glass

  • very cool concept

  • these are great so eerrrry but awesome

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