28.10.09 by Jeff

David Wilson

Photos by David Wilson. These are amazing.

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david wilson photographer photography

david wilson photographer photography

david wilson photographer photography

david wilson photographer photography

david wilson photographer photography

david wilson photographer photography

david wilson photographer photography

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



  • cool! lots of interesting points in the photos.

  • Interesting way to look at the world. These photos would make good writer’s prompts

  • What an interesting perspective. The first one is a gem.

  • HAYES

    so cool!
    love it

  • Hollie Cloud

    wow, wow, wow!!

  • lapetitefaon

    I LOVE THEM ALL! 1, 3, 7, 8 ohhh especially 1 and 7.

  • Kya

    oh man, these are excellent

  • ben

    sooooooo good. number 3s the best. all such different shots

  • Savannah

    i love that all of these look like a world i’ve never been too.

  • radhinal

    Ctrl + D

  • carly

    amazing……
    but I kind of want the dog to give the camera an all knowing look in every photo.

  • Dog watching snorkeler, love it. Didn’t anyone tell him not to look at the camera?

  • uhm. I guess I’m a bit late, anyway thanks for this Jeff, and thank you guys for all the kind words. much appreciated.

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