21.03.11 by Jeff

Vincent Delbrouck

“Ten Dogs”, photos by Vincent Delbrouck. Belgium.

Ten Dogs by photographer Vincent Delbrouck

Ten Dogs by photographer Vincent Delbrouck

Ten Dogs by photographer Vincent Delbrouck

Ten Dogs by photographer Vincent Delbrouck

Ten Dogs by photographer Vincent Delbrouck

Ten Dogs by photographer Vincent Delbrouck

Ten Dogs by photographer Vincent Delbrouck

Ten Dogs by photographer Vincent Delbrouck

Ten Dogs by photographer Vincent Delbrouck

Ten Dogs by photographer Vincent Delbrouck













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



  • Really a good series and i like a colour and the position of the dogs.

  • Some of the dogs are cute and some are just plain haunting…

    • lapetitefaon

      wow, these are beautiful, they look so peaceful in some pictures, but agree! in others kind of scary…

  • awww puppers….

  • Lea

    Let sleeping dogs lie. I want to lay down next to them and just sleep. <3

  • adorable poopies!

  • trip

    5 and 7 are my favourite because of the way the dogs are in motion (walking or leaping forward), but there sleeping, this is an awesome series

  • Rea

    are they dead?

  • come to thailand, you’ll see this everyday!!

  • michelle ruby

    awesome!dawggies





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