18.09.09 by Jeff

Morad Bouchakour

Photos by Morad Bouchakour.

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morad bouchakour photographer photoraphy

morad bouchakour photographer photoraphy

morad bouchakour photographer photoraphy

morad bouchakour photographer photoraphy

morad bouchakour photographer photoraphy

morad bouchakour photographer photoraphy













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



  • Oh wow, the first and fifth photos are great.

  • cara

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

    • 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

  • 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.

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

    • 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. :/

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

  • wonderful shots especially the one of the little girls





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