17.01.11 by Jeff

Ed Panar

“Animals That Saw Me”, photos by Ed Panar.

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photographer photography ed panar animals that saw me

photographer photography ed panar animals that saw me

photographer photography ed panar animals that saw me

photographer photography ed panar animals that saw me

photographer photography ed panar animals that saw me

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



  • ALINA

    I love the point of view of the title of this collection!

  • Vicky

    Ah I’ve seen these before. They IS awesome.

  • So cute! so cleaver!

  • These are very charming and o’so funny (σ^∀^)

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  • Mina

    awesome concepppttt

  • Kyle

    very cool, great concept, appropriate name, squirrels (thumbs up)

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  • I love how some of the animals doesn’t look straigt at us, but still; you can tell that they’re aware of the intruder. Cool project!

  • these are just too hilarious!

  • katie

    love it. also, looks like a similar experience that frank had on always sunny recently.

  • Funny idea for a set!

  • nice! I laughed!

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  • Very nice!!! Idea is great!!! Animals are so beautiful





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