26.03.10 by Jeff

Kelley Smith

More photos by Kelley Smith.

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



  • Beautiful. Diggin’ it.

  • The foot in the doggie door is pretty sweet.

  • How lovely. All of them!

  • Z0NU5

    OMG. All of them.

  • lapetitefaon

    YEAAAAAAAAAA the last one makes me so unbelievably happy! What a simple lovely idea! So cool!!!

  • Pana

    Me encanta!

  • ı lıke the shadow!

  • suki

    omg! that waterfall!
    i’ve been there before.
    it’s in oregon and you can really get that close to it.
    this was captured really well.

  • Taylor

    LOL@ the last one! ooooh just my sense of humor:)

  • Caleigh

    I’m just wondering where you’re from. The top picture of the smoke and houses looks awfully familiar to me (last year a house in knoxville tn blew up due to a gas leak). I lived in the neighborhood and this looks a lot like Whittington Creek. If that’s what this is, its a small world. Great pictures, my favorite being the dog’s tail. Looks like a fox:)





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