11.06.10 by Jeff

Nadav Kander

Photos by Nadav Kander.

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nadav kander photographer photography

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



  • Phil

    Gorgeous.

  • I LIKE THE COLORS.
    I LIKE THE LIGHT.
    I LIKE THE PICTURES.
    I LIKE.

  • ME TOO

  • Owen Carstensen

    wow these are sick

  • lapetitefaon

    colors, softness, light, BEAUTIFUL. I’m moving inside these photos asap.

  • These are stunning, I love the light pink tones and the shadows (especially in that mountain photo).

  • Taylor

    my mind was just blown… big time

  • zdx

    China rules

  • Alex

    Kander has long been my favorite photographer. These works are great.

  • O

    Nadav Kander such a great photographer, I love it all.

  • fiorella

    i love them all, too. it’s dreamland, somehow, and it evokes such peace and soft rhythm to the images, giving meaning to everyday activities.

  • Lots of tan, with splashes of other colour

    • HffQs8 I’m not elaisy impressed. . . but that’s impressing me! :)

  • amazing

  • Wow. thank you for this post!

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