31.03.10 by Jeff

Anna Shelton

More photos by Anna Shelton. Portland.

Photographer Anna Shelton

Photographer Anna Shelton

Photographer Anna Shelton

Photographer Anna Shelton

Photographer Anna Shelton

Photographer Anna Shelton

Photographer Anna Shelton













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



  • Maw

    gorgeous!

  • ripping!

  • the last picture is sublimely surreal. it would be funny if we are distantly related.

  • DP
  • emily

    the textures in three are mindblowing

  • The last one makes me miss Oregon.

  • Last one is incredible

  • lapetitefaon

    these are insane, I’m moving to the Pacific Northwest, like tomorrow. Into the house in the 4th picture, which is AMAZING.

  • so pure and gorgeous!

  • the fifth picture is breath taking.. Amzing! Tree in the water..and green colours

  • vrajka

    What kind of camera does she use? what do you think?





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