24.07.09 by Jeff

Ida Borg

Photos by Ida Borg. Sweden.

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ida borg photographer photography sweden

ida borg photographer photography sweden

ida borg photographer photography sweden

ida borg photographer photography sweden

ida borg photographer photography sweden

ida borg photographer photography sweden

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



  • Tewosret

    oh, this is beautiful. Her style is exactly the kind that I dig. grain, harsh shadows, and all the reject-elements of photography

  • Rocío

    the second one is which i like the most, it makes me wanna go there,

    hermosa la segunda. Me encantó

  • emily

    its very nan golden
    i love this style of arbitrary photographic beauty

  • emily

    the girl who is all in red has the most haunting eyes…..

  • the picture of the empty bus stop is saying to me, “there is a big difference between being alone and being lonely.”

    • I’m thinking maybe a water heater blanket, but you may need to establish a drop or lean-to so you can place a transportable heater in the space. You force also be deficient in to press into service fervour strip if freezing is a concern and an outbuilding can be fitted with an electrical outlet.

  • lucie-lou

    l o v e the 2nd one. and totally agree with loving the reject-elements.

  • Spencer Fry

    One of my favorite photographers.

  • Sarah

    breathtaking. i absolutely adore the first, the second, the third…ah I love all of them. stunning photography.
    each is particular to an individual theme and story–and the use of colour! Oh man, these are incredible.

  • beautiful! the third is my fave!





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