03.11.10 by Jeff

Eric White

Photos by Eric White.

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



  • Bolla

    Is that a guy sitting in between both rocks in the 2nd photo?

  • Bolla

    I think there’s a political message in this. On the door of that building the first pic, it says (Masgid Al Shi’a) in Arabic, which translates to ‘Shittes Mosque’.

    • first, third and fifth image are taken at medina wasl, one of maybe 15 fake iraqi towns in the california desert used for combat training of the army. the series is named ‘war games’.

      • lapetitefaon

        aww! I was like “this place looks imaginary! I can’t believe that its real!” and of course its not 🙁 amazing photos nonetheless!

    • i have a special place in my heart for fake fronts/facades

  • Yoshi

    The third and fifth ones really grab me. Especially the third one. I don’t know, I think if these two were perfectly composed masterpieces of photography, that would ruin them.

  • Interesting stuff, insights into something we wouldn’t normally see.

  • AP

    The second one is AWESOME





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