18.03.11 by Jeff

Carrie Schneider

Incredible photos by Carrie Schneider.

artist photographer photography carrie schneider

artist photographer photography carrie schneider

artist photographer photography carrie schneider

artist photographer photography carrie schneider

artist photographer photography carrie schneider

artist photographer photography carrie schneider

artist photographer photography carrie schneider

artist photographer photography carrie schneider













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



  • alinazarzar

    wow! these are… magical, seems that they belong to some other world. Incredible

  • The lighting and atmosphere in these photos is amazing, especially the one with the canoe.

  • These are images are very nice, very polished, very homogeneous.

    http://davidikus.blogspot.com/

  • Really incredible. Thanks for sharing!

  • The first one makes me think of Fever Ray.

  • lapetitefaon

    Sigh, stunning, I can’t get over the colors, these make me wish so hard that I could be inside those moments ahhh

  • I really like the boat

  • Spectacular! Jeff, you should shine some more light on these masterpieces, can’t see any details, crushing to my spiwit…
    Just as a strong compression of the jpg picture, the joy is lost as a bothered mind sets in…

  • dylanboto

    nice! the dazzle camouflage on the canoe is pretty funny/badass

  • Patrick

    the 3rd picture is leading a life of its own as a flyer here in Manchester. grand work





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