21.08.09 by Jeff

Olivia Boone

Photos by Olivia Boone.

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olivia boone photographer photography

olivia boone photographer photography

olivia boone photographer photography

olivia boone photographer photography

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



  • aww the donkey is so cute!
    really love the second and third photos

  • Oh my… A swedish girl love love love & like your blog!

    Agneta

  • a friend of mine took the same photo as the first one.

  • Zoe

    I love the minimalism of the subjects here. Simple photos that make me smile a little.

  • Hollie Cloud

    I like the first and the third but I don’t think that there is anything particularly extraordinary about the other ones, fairly boring.

  • the second photo actually creates almost identical shapes as the third photo

    i like them all.

  • The donkey is awesome! Plus, who thinks of taking a photo under a deck. Thats simple genius.

  • billofwrites

    you have clear ideas and you’re learning how to best execute them…keep it up.

    i recommend you look at the work of chema madoz…





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