29.07.09 by Jeff

Stephane Nauroy

Photos by Stephane Nauroy. Paris.

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stephane nauroy photographer photography paris

stephane nauroy photographer photography paris

stephane nauroy photographer photography paris

stephane nauroy photographer photography paris

stephane nauroy photographer photography paris

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



  • dave

    Hey, really good work. I like the colors.

  • Nice. I like the 4th most. Where is that? Must be somewhere hot to have a tree like that growing. I’ve never seen one, but it looks like massive, old bonsai trees. But, I doubt they are.

    Awesome pictures.

    • lapetitefaon

      Yes, same! “where is this magical fairy tale land?? Must leave today!”

  • Hi, I am the author oh these pictures. Thanks for your comments.
    The 4th photo was taken 1 month ago in Carmel, California.
    And yes, that’s really a fairy tale land !

  • The jesus one is realllly good!

  • Love the horse!
    As to the last one – OH GOD please no more antlers!!
    They’ve been overplayed for at least 5 years now.

    • i love that at some point antlers became played out hah

  • Dominique Nauroy

    J’ai une préférence pour la femme face à la mer et sa blondeur dans la brume. on dirait une photo du matin.

  • I really like the red curtain.





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