30.11.09 by Jeff

Clayton Cotterell

Photos by Clayton Cotterell. Brooklyn.

clayton cotterell photographer photography christmas tree

clayton cotterell photographer photography broken tree

clayton cotterell photographer photography girl bed

clayton cotterell photographer photography guy in tree

clayton cotterell photographer photography kid legs

clayton cotterell photographer photography deer

clayton cotterell photographer photography girl lake













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



  • Noir

    Love the last one

  • Love the one with the white tree, and of course the last one

  • nice pics!! really good work!!

  • So many beautiful shots here -tys

  • so pure, love these works
    the first one is aweasome

  • the black guy one is really good
    and the first one is insane





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Pep Montserrat

 

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Sunwheel Made Up of Hundreds of Gold Plates

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