20.09.09 by Jeff

Adriana Petit

Photos by Adriana Petit.

adriana petit photographer photography muso fantasma

adriana petit photographer photography muso fantasma

adriana petit photographer photography muso fantasma

adriana petit photographer photography muso fantasma

adriana petit photographer photography muso fantasma

adriana petit photographer photography muso fantasma

adriana petit photographer photography muso fantasma

adriana petit photographer photography muso fantasma













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



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

    that first one is fantastic

  • Hannah

    I especially like the one with the legs by the sea!

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  • http://www.malouma.blogspot.com malouma

    the first one is great!

  • nick

    first one looks like that rock by the restaurant in the goonies when lil mikey looks through that artifact/map thing, oh yeah and it’s awesome

  • anna

    ooh, such texture in all these.

  • lapetitefaon

    I’m in love with the laaaast. Its so simple and perfect!

  • http://www.figure-1.com Ariel

    I’m in love with the first one. I’ve been seeing it floating around the internet for a few weeks, and I love seeing the rest of her work…

  • Chelsee

    holy shit the first one is good!

  • Jennifer

    I’m in love with the first one!

  • http://ivybetty.com Mr. Hermitt

    Your photography is very interesting. we would like to feature some of your artwork on our art website called IVYBetty.com Check it out and if you are interested please contact us at submitart@ivybetty.com

  • http://right-as-rain.tumblr.com Erica

    ahhhh thank you so much!
    i found the first one randomly somewhere and had it as my desktop for ages but when my hard drive crashed i had no record of where it had come from!!!
    yay =]

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

      me too! i was so excited when i found it, i used tineye.com to find the source – i had searched it before and found nothing and then only recently decided to try it again

      highly recommend tineye for reverse image searching

  • http://www.momentoscazados.com amenish

    The first one was the Es’Vedrá Island, viewed from Ibiza :)

    http://images.google.es/images?q=es+vedra&oe=utf-8&rls=org.mozilla:es-ES:official&client=firefox-a&um=1&ie=UTF-8&ei=6WLPStmoKdvNjAfd4vWFBA&sa=X&oi=image_result_group&ct=title&resnum=1&ved=0CBAQsAQwAA

    I was the last summer in Ibiza and i take pictures from there too.

    Good blog :)

  • jane

    great! first one

  • emilyrugburn

    lovely!

  • rob

    really striking images, I like them all a lot!





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