28.07.09 by Jeff

Rebecca Miana Olsson

Photos by Rebecca Miana Olsson. Bohuslän, Sweden.

rebecca miana olsson photographer photography sweden

rebecca miana olsson photographer photography sweden

rebecca miana olsson photographer photography sweden

rebecca miana olsson photographer photography sweden

rebecca miana olsson photographer photography sweden

rebecca miana olsson photographer photography sweden













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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