17.02.11 by Jeff

Andrew Miksys

“Buses” photos by Andrew Miksys.

Bus window photos by photographer Andrew Miksys

Bus window photos by photographer Andrew Miksys

Bus window photos by photographer Andrew Miksys

Bus window photos by photographer Andrew Miksys

Bus window photos by photographer Andrew Miksys

Bus window photos by photographer Andrew Miksys

Bus window photos by photographer Andrew Miksys

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

  • http://www.codymturner.com cody turner

    this is a very good idea for a series. good find!

  • Lea

    I love to take the bus. These photos catch this special feeling :)

  • anny

    unexpected beauty.

  • http://manuelealtieri.tumblr.com/ Manuele

    really exciting.
    I was completely taken.
    really really very beautiful.

  • lapetitefaon

    sigh, I love rainy bus/car windows, reminds me of home/Pacific Northwest, lovely!

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  • january

    the people kind of look like wax people

  • Ll

    it reminds me of Saul Leiter … nice pics!

    • Ll

      this series reminds me of Saul Leiter … nice pics

  • alinazarzar

    reminds me of my home – Lithuania! gret idea and a really good work! Love it!

  • http://www.stefannordstrom.com Stefan

    Nice. Two worlds collides, with only a window between.

  • http://www.deptm2.com mike m

    Nice. I love the depth the window, window reflection and the people behind the glass all produce!

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  • Morgan

    these are gorgeous

  • http://www.bjarteedvardsen.com Bjarte Edvardsen

    I did the exact opposite thing for a while. Sat inside buses and photographed passing-by landscapes.

    This series is more interesting though. It’s easy to see that kids are much more curious on the outside world. We have a lot to learn from them…

  • Lety

    These are beautiful. The water almost makes them look like paintings.

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  • http://www.trembletremble.com Diana////////////////////

    oh man. I love these.

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  • http://www.martinpetersen.info Martin Petersen

    Cool idea, but wouldn’t work in sunshine.

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    It’s stunning pics!!!!

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