01.09.10 by Jeff

Özant Kamaci

“Pause”, a brilliant photo series by Özant Kamaci. Toronto, Canada.

Photographer Ozant Kamaci photography series pause

Photographer Ozant Kamaci photography series pause

Photographer Ozant Kamaci photography series pause













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



  • great photosss. :) i hope the survivors make it down the tree safely!!!

  • lapetitefaon

    god, I love the last one!

    • dear666

      ha

  • A curious proposal of Kamaci Özant.
    Kind regards.

  • This is just such a beautiful and simple way to juxtapose nature with technology, stationary life with transient life.

  • Perrin Turner

    Getting your toy plane stuck in a tree… on a larger scale.





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