28.07.09 by Jeff

Rebecca Miana Olsson

Photos by Rebecca Miana Olsson. Bohuslän, Sweden.

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rebecca miana olsson photographer photography sweden

rebecca miana olsson photographer photography sweden

rebecca miana olsson photographer photography sweden

rebecca miana olsson photographer photography sweden

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



  • Luke

    That first picture looks like a rather pleasant version of the Shining.

  • Christine

    really stunning. i like how vague it is, and it leaves you a little frustrated because you want to know more about it. the bleakness of the scenes are mysterious yet very lush. they go extremely nicely together – especially mixed with the lavish dress. :]

  • It’s funny to see that many swedish people (photographers) are having the same style in the photos.

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  • lapetitefaon

    intriguing, soft, really wonderful photos, very much love the one of everyone dancing.

  • rebeca

    the first one has a non creepy diane arbus feeling

  • giba

    man, i’d like to dance and have some beer in the 4th photo!!!
    great shots

  • Rad

  • I love the tones, especially in the first one.





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