12.08.09 by Jeff

Sasha Borodinova

Photos by Sasha Borodinova. Moscow.

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sasha borodinova photographer photography

sasha borodinova photographer photography

sasha borodinova photographer photography

sasha borodinova photographer photography

sasha borodinova photographer photography

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

  • James

    Wow, these are brilliant. I especially like the second and the last.

  • Raphael

    The color has a washed out Polaroid look. Love it.

  • lapetitefaon

    These are really beautiful, nice quiet mood. I want to go to all these pictures! I especially love the second.

    • http://www.schooney.com schoon

      i agree! the quiet mood is wonderful.

  • http://williamterra.wordpress.com william

    i like the third
    make me think about what they is doing there…

  • http://multicontrast.blogspot.com/ pacholak

    really GOOD!

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  • http://elsje-fiederelsje.blogspot.com Elsje Fiederelsje

    The first and the last are beautiful.

  • http://www.flickr.com/puppe- valeria

    love this images


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