05.08.09 by Jeff

Mutsumi Makino

Photos by Mutsumi Makino. Japan.

Mutsumi Makino photography photographer japan aurora print flickr

Mutsumi Makino photography photographer japan aurora print flickr

Mutsumi Makino photography photographer japan aurora print flickr

Mutsumi Makino photography photographer japan aurora print flickr

Mutsumi Makino photography photographer japan aurora print flickr

Mutsumi Makino photography photographer japan aurora print flickr













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



  • lapetitefaon

    Ahhhhhhh! So light, airy, perfect. The girl with the light coming through her hands, ahhhhhh so utterly perfect. And the deer in an unlikely setting? Perfect too!

  • leonardo

    The strange, but good, feeling of being a child again, with totally discare about the future. The light, The whiteness. It´s amazing, so untouched.

  • #2. unique headgear + sunlight lazerbeams. super cool.

  • M

    I love her style.

  • beautiful work!

  • her works feel like a nice, fluffy cloud

  • sun-splintered

    love that faded feel; it gives your work warmth -thats a beautiful thing

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