13.07.09 by Jeff

Monika Bielskyte

Photos by Monika Bielskyte. Paris.

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monika bielsktye photographer photography paris lithuania

monika bielsktye photographer photography paris lithuania

monika bielsktye photographer photography paris lithuania

monika bielsktye photographer photography paris lithuania

monika bielsktye photographer photography paris lithuania

monika bielsktye photographer photography paris lithuania

monika bielsktye photographer photography paris lithuania













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



  • The 6th one looks so unreal! All of these shots strike me as super romantic. :)

  • Jennifer

    Wow! These are incredible. Theres a light eerie feel to them, beautiful!

  • lapetitefaon

    the fifth one, the slat of concrete is absolutely beautiful, its so haunting.

  • emily

    very epic

  • Joel

    1st and 5th ones remind me of kurosawa…

  • I really like this whole series but for whatever reason the first one reminds me of a woman’s crotch. Is that weird?

    • lapetitefaon

      Goodness, now that you mention it….!!

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  • Joe

    Gorgeous

  • Lacey

    oh wow, these are really beautiful photographs!





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