29.07.09 by Jeff

Stephane Nauroy

Photos by Stephane Nauroy. Paris.

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

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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