09.09.09 by Jeff

André Paul Pinces

“life in the wind and a few rolls of film…” Beautiful photos of a motorcycle road trip this past summer, from André Paul Pinces.

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andre paul pinces photographer photography vancouver

andre paul pinces photographer photography vancouver

andre paul pinces photographer photography vancouver

andre paul pinces photographer photography vancouver

andre paul pinces photographer photography vancouver

andre paul pinces photographer photography vancouver

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



  • I love how these change from what seem like 3rd person to 1st person.

  • yea ^ i love the shots of the meals for some reason

  • Hearty meals after a long ride are important, although they could’ve picked better beer. ;-)

    From the sidebags, it looks like their riding BMWs… says the guy who rides a K1100RS.

  • are

    There’s nothing wrong with Coors. Don’t be beer snob.

    • hahaha. I love Budweiser, there I said it.

    • Kyle

      Cools Original is a treat to us Canadians, we don’t have it up here! Great stuff ;)

  • I am an unrepentant beer snob.

    In fact, I’m drinking a much better micro-brewery beer than Coors or Bud right now. A delicious full-bodied brew from Oregon. Yummmmmmm.

  • are

    Microbrews… how pretentious, but to each his/her own. I went to a bar that serves beer in an enormous styrofoam cup for 3 bucks–made me a happy girl.

  • I’m really not that pretentious, but I do like a good brew. Cheap beer just doesn’t have flavor. Hell, Canadians generally make great beer compared to mass-market American swill.

    As I enjoy the refined design, illustrations, and photography of this blog, so do I enjoy the refine tastes of quality beer and wine. It’s all a part the equation.

  • BTW, if I got a gi-normous styrofoam cup full of micro-brew for three bucks, I’d be a happy camper too.

  • lapetitefaon

    I am envious for so many reasons looking at these photos. And I cannot believe anyone could say a word against Coors Banquet! Best cheap beer ever! You can get a Coors tall boy for ONE DOLLAR in my neighborhood!

  • this is what photography is to me.
    beautiful, its brillant from A to Z

  • Hey, I can live with other people liking Coors, as long as you can live with me liking micro-brewery beer.

    As someone who’s ridden motorcycles for a couple of decades, my favorite photo is definitely the shot of the “thank you” sign with the leather boots and pants—especially with what looks like a rubber band hold the boot flap closed. (I’ve been there.)

    That shot is quintessential to the culture. Anyone who’s worn motorcycle leathers will immediately relate, and smile.

    The photos of the food, while evocative, could be any camping adventure.

  • Where are the all sick nasty shots of their stallions?!
    sweet riding boots!

    “keep those wheels spinning and the freaking beavers grinning!”

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  • amazing! beautiful!





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