19.10.09 by Jeff

Yuanyuan Yang

Photos by Yuanyuan Yang.

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yuanyuan yang photographer photography luka young

yuanyuan yang photographer photography luka young

yuanyuan yang photographer photography luka young

yuanyuan yang photographer photography luka young

yuanyuan yang photographer photography luka young

yuanyuan yang photographer photography luka young

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



  • zanez

    1# is just grate, but all other is nothing..

  • #1 – touching
    #3 – fun
    #6 – i like it

    nice, nice 🙂

  • Benjamin

    I think it’s the other way round. #1 is a bit cliché, but the other ones I like. Though it’s a bit more the subjects than the photos which I find appealing.

    • Reira

      Agreed.

  • emily

    1 is beautiful, and i dont think it matters if it is a bit of a cliché, it is still beautiful. 6 also very interesting

  • lapetitefaon

    I think all of these are lovely! Especially 1, 5, and 6 dreamy!

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