19.03.10 by Jeff

Misha De Ridder

Photos by Misha De Ridder. Amsterdam.

misha de ridder photographer photography amsterdam

misha de ridder photographer photography amsterdam

misha de ridder photographer photography amsterdam

misha de ridder photographer photography amsterdam

misha de ridder photographer photography amsterdam

misha de ridder photographer photography amsterdam













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



  • Those lake photos are so serene. I can’t wait for summer to get here so I can go out to the lakes and really feel what those photos make me want to feel.

  • The horizon is so stark in #4, I thought it was a diptych. Really nice work, I love this style.

  • lapetitefaon

    GORGEOUS!!! Transplanted from NYC for a moment, thanks for the mini vacation Ms. Ridder!

  • skyler

    fourth is such a great shot.

  • Joel

    Really beautiful. The fourth one is just astounding…

  • The still lake shots remind me of the face in a vase exercises. Love the intense reflections.

  • Last two are my favorite. Really beautiful.

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  • erin

    oh, the last one warms my bones…

  • so amazing. I have to know what camera is being used for this fine detail and huge prints. help?

  • Kevin

    Seeing such serene, beautiful pictures on such a loudass web page is pretty hilarious.

    • hahahaa i pride myself on this page’s loudness – however there’s a new wallpaper coming that is a little less loud – a little

  • first and second from bottom are bananas





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