23.11.10 by Jeff

Uri Maximilian Korn











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



  • ngoc

    love this guys photographic works of art! thanks for sharing.

  • http://www.flickr.com/bastiencest Seba

    Great shots, the first one is wonderful

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  • http://vinedice.blogspot.com/ conner alexander

    dope sk8 foto..looks like the gonz but it isnt..birds are dope to…wait wait wait all these foto’s are really ill…good OG eye..cincinnati love to all..yeerrrrrrrrp

  • http://slimbolala.blogspot.com/ Slimbolala

    Fantastic. Can’t decide which is my favorite.

  • clint

    The first pic reminded me of a photo from a recent science publication that shows how male hummingbirds make a call using their wings:
    http://berkeley.edu/news/media/releases/2008/01/images/hummingbird.jpg

    I’m a scientist by profession, but I check this site regularly. I like the idea of a grey line between science and art.

    • http://www.jeffhamada.com/ Jeff

      wow, so they communicate with one another using their wings?

      • clint

        Yeah, the males use it to pick up the ladies. Researchers thought it was a vocal call, but it turns out they make the noise with special feathers during a nose dive.

      • http://www.jeffhamada.com/ Jeff

        that is amazing!

  • http://Martinpetersen.info Martin

    The last four pictures are so-so, but the first one is fucking unbelievable!

  • Niko

    That’d be cool if my last name was, “Maximilion”

  • Thitima Sukwatthana

    I love the first, it’s very nice. others are very nice too.

  • http://www.thelivekite.blogspot.com Fernando Duthoy

    great moments here.. 2nd photo is just AMAZING !

    GOOD WORK !





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