11.05.10 by Jeff

Amanda Friedman

Night Landscapes, photos by Amanda Friedman.

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amanda friedman photographer photography

amanda friedman photographer photography

amanda friedman photographer photography

amanda friedman photographer photography

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



  • ahh the first one is like a painting

    • ark

      do you see the dancer too?

      • fiorella

        i do. it’s alive! and happy.

      • Yeah. First glance thought it was a dancer. The more I look at it; the more it’s like a happy dancer.

  • daniel_st

    amazing nightshots!

  • iggg

    That was the first thing I thought about when I saw the first one.

  • Man these are beautiful, love them all.

  • Cassie

    The first tree looks like it has skin!

  • Love these, they are so beautiful…good job Amanda

  • lapetitefaon

    ahhh, these are wrap me up in them like a warm blanket, looooove!

  • thanks everybody!

  • Two of Amanda’s photos are still hanging at THIS gallery in LA for another week or so. If you want to come by and take a look, they’re even better in person.
    http://www.thislosangeles.com/

  • These are incredible. I love the first one, I see the dancer. So beautiful.

  • jackie

    this person gets my obsession with trees BEAUTIFUL!!!
    (love this site)

  • alxzyndria

    the 3rd one down looks exactly like the setting of a dream i had

  • KT

    Beautiful. I really enjoy the life and prescience of the first photo.

  • Carlos Galvan

    I hope you die





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