10.07.09 by Jeff

David Meskhi

Photos by David Meskhi. Tbilisi, Georgia.

david meskhi photographer photography Tbilisi Georgia

david meskhi photographer photography Tbilisi Georgia

david meskhi photographer photography Tbilisi Georgia

david meskhi photographer photography Tbilisi Georgia

david meskhi photographer photography Tbilisi Georgia

david meskhi photographer photography Tbilisi Georgia

david meskhi photographer photography Tbilisi Georgia

david meskhi photographer photography Tbilisi Georgia

david meskhi photographer photography Tbilisi Georgia

david meskhi photographer photography Tbilisi Georgia













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



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    Whoo-hoo..!

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  • very-very nice

  • magneto

    AWSOMEEEEEE

  • katie

    awesome! i love the second one

  • boo

    six and nine are keepers. six especially!

  • lapetitefaon

    Hurrahs, love, post more skate photos! An obsession of mine! These are beautiful, the first is drool.

  • cool stuff – great compositions!

  • Jennifer

    Wow, I like these, I can honestly say that I love all of them posted here!

  • VV

    Amazing stuff… i like it…

  • I really enjoyed the work on David’s site quite a bit. Though I had a weird sense that I could absolutely not distinguish his work from Ryan McGinley at all. I’m not sure if this is a good thing or not – http://www.ryanmcginley.com/





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