03.03.11 by Jeff

Damien Rayuela

Photos by Damien Rayuela.

photographer photography damien rayuela

photographer photography damien rayuela

photographer photography damien rayuela

photographer photography damien rayuela

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



  • lapetitefaon

    wow, the details in all of these, I especially love the second and the last, the striking lines of thread left, the light dusting of snow, like ahhhhh soooo gooood

  • that first photo is a great find. I always feel that photography has alot to do with being in the right place and right time but also having the eye to realize that you’re in the right place and time

  • Shieauwn

    alright! I like it

  • Ah…to be in love..

  • Spoony

    Loving the ‘odd one out of the bunch’ aspect going on here. Awesome!

  • the camel and the palm tree coming out of the snow are great! i like damien’s use of the center in his composition. with the shot of the tree in the snow it might look cluttered or plain, but with the tree right in the middle you get drawn right to it. all nicely balanced





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