22.12.10 by Jeff

Alexandra Demenkova

Photos by Alexandra Demenkova. Russia.

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photographer photography alexandra demenkova

photographer photography alexandra demenkova

photographer photography alexandra demenkova

photographer photography alexandra demenkova

photographer photography alexandra demenkova

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



  • Awesome photos, love the man sleeping on the dog!

  • Levi

    really interesting

  • Niko

    I’m for the third one, takes me to some scene in a novel/

  • These are all really wonderful. Pages in a story each. But also the subjects aren’t unaware that they’re being photographed. Nicely warm. Thanks for sharing!

  • Yvy

    I’m in love with the second picture

  • lapetitefaon

    wow, the kid with the mask, amazing

  • Sometimes I get the idea that Russia is this really fucked up place put together only so that photographers have all these wonderful images to capture.

  • zuzapalooza

    life is so amazing !

  • The lack of infrastructure and technology in these images is amazing; people interacting within their environments and with each other. Also, there is a sense of lethargy .. maybe because of a lack of employment .. but you get the feeling that time passes slowly for the people in these photographs.

    This is photojournalism at its most beautiful and best.





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