16.10.09 by Jeff

Nathan Ward

Photos by Nathan Ward. West Virginia.

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nathan ward photographer photography

nathan ward photographer photography

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



  • Kyle

    wow, these really captivated me

  • Justin

    Yeah indeed. These are awesome. I love them.

  • Jordan

    These are astounding! The color is amazing.. my fav is 3 but the last one is really great too.

    Here in the south we like to poke a bit of fun at the west virginians but I must say that Mr. Ward represents their art community quite well…

  • Really like the photography and use of light in the pieces. Especially love the last photo! The tones of the piece work so well.

  • the capture of silhouettes and colors is amazing

  • emily

    third one especialy

  • these pictures are wicked! so cool.
    Mary

  • these remind me of a bat for lashes video. effing magical.

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  • One of the best I’ve seen in a while. I love the lighting. Photos taken at night, done well, look incredible.

  • i have a photography much similar to the one of the tree at the top. Amazing, shocking, beautiful.





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