13.08.09 by Jeff

Luca Dinosaur Campri

Photos by Luca Campri. Italy.

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



  • i like.

  • The first one is super interesting and evokes a lot of feelings, the 2nd one is a also great and the cotton candy girl is wonderful

  • Love him. but honestly they could have chosen better shots from him. Check his blog instead http://lucadinosaurcampri.blogspot.com/

  • Joel

    These are awesome. The first two and the fire one are particularily good…

  • Miflé

    pls Mr Luca, direct a film. Whatever film….

  • oh my god. these are all unbelievable. youve borrowed a bit of their souls. lovely

  • I love your photos Luca!! I’ve been into your stuff for a while… check out my photos:

    http://roseathena.blogspot.com/

    and leave a message if you get a chance!!





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