18.09.09 by Jeff

Morad Bouchakour

Photos by Morad Bouchakour.

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morad bouchakour photographer photoraphy

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morad bouchakour photographer photoraphy

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



  • http://www.flickr.com/photos/crooked_style/ Matt

    Oh wow, the first and fifth photos are great.

  • cara

    wow! do you know where these were taken? i mean, geographically.

    • http://www.jeffhamada.com/ jeffhamada

      im not sure, definitely looks like they’re all from the same small community

  • Chelsey Scheffe

    Beautiful, intense stuff.

  • andrés

    i love the kicks from the kid in the 4th photo haha

  • http://www.flickr.com/photos/schultz-y/ Justin

    Awesome stuff! It’s not to often you get a chance to be involved within a community like this? They look to me like Mennonites. I live in Southern Alberta where I see on a daily basis both Hutterites and Mennonites and one would almost have to be brought up by such a community to get pics like these.
    Great stuff.

  • http://www.ericsiegmund.com/fireant/ Eric

    They’re Mexican Mennonites. Easy enough to find on the photographer’s website.

    • http://www.flickr.com/photos/schultz-y/ Justin

      Mexican Mennonites from Mexico or Mexican Mennonites from southern Alberta? They look like they could have been shot from where I am from. I have many friends that are Mexican Mennonites that have migrated to southern Alberta and sill hold true to the same way of life.
      I am just curious that’s all. :/

  • http://www.ericsiegmund.com/fireant/ Eric

    If you go to his website, you’ll see that some of the photos are labeled as being taken in Canada.

  • http://martasmarta.deviantart.com/ Marta

    wonderful shots especially the one of the little girls





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