18.08.09 by Jeff

Anders Lindén

Photos by Anders Lindén. Stockholm. Fantastic work.

anders linden photographer photography sweden stockholm

anders linden photographer photography sweden stockholm

anders linden photographer photography sweden stockholm

anders linden photographer photography sweden stockholm

anders linden photographer photography sweden stockholm

anders linden photographer photography sweden stockholm

anders linden photographer photography sweden stockholm

anders linden photographer photography sweden stockholm

anders linden photographer photography sweden stockholm

anders linden photographer photography sweden stockholm













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



  • These are all really great. I love the snow one

  • i forgot to breath for a second there

  • lapetitefaon

    WHAAAAT, these are INCREDIBLE. I have read a few critiques on this site of the photos looking the same, (sure, its all consistently good :P)….this guy DEFINITELY has his own style/point of view. And I love it!!!

  • Really good.

    • lapetitefaon

      David Lang photographer? From Singapore?

      • Yas. Who may you be? Shoot me an eeeemail.

  • fleo

    these are REALLY breath-taking! the first one is fantastic! so unusual style, love it!

  • the colours are amazing. almost not there. beautiful.

  • +1 on the snow one as well. They are all great there is an eerie but beautiful aspect to them

  • al

    hell yeah

  • ehren

    amazing.

  • pics are bananas





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