28.06.10 by Jeff

Ryan Thomas Kenny

Photos by Ryan Thomas Kenny. Adelaide, Australia.

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



  • http://studiobreeder.com Tim

    Love these photo’s. Had a feeling it was somewhere in Australia.

  • Tcheuque

    Outch great!

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  • http://kianabaldwin.99k.org KB

    no. 1 + 2 are stunning.

  • breakfast in europe

    number 2 is straight outta a dream/my head, amazing.

  • http://www.stefannordstrom.com Stefan

    No:2 – Nice one. Also the first one.

  • lapetitefaon

    WHOA! love the first two!

  • http://www.intimatevignettes.blogspot.com Sundari Carmody

    They do look very nice and natural.

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  • http://mrspoqui.blogspot.com Mr Spoqui

    ahhh, wonderful!

  • bryce

    the cat tails prevail!

  • Lia Tea

    i lovelovelove the first two!





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