25.03.11 by Jeff

Danny Yirgou

Photos by Danny Yirgou. Now too long ago we gave away a free VIRB website for life and Danny got it! Good to see he’s using it!

photographer danny yirgou photography

photographer danny yirgou photography

photographer danny yirgou photography

photographer danny yirgou photography

photographer danny yirgou photography

photographer danny yirgou photography













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



  • Lucinda

    I love the colours. Reminds me of a hazy summer.

  • The blues in the sky in these photos is so…juicy.

  • ben

    congratulations danny, love this stuff, those double exposures are beyond…

    ps thanks for the virb comp jeff. it was the kick up the arse i needed to get my site up and running finally +)

  • Gorgeous double exposure. That one and “I love you so much” are stellar.

  • emily

    Wow, he is AMAZING, thanks for the introduction to him, now i need to go check out his website :D

  • lapetitefaon

    sigh, the third is really brilliant, though the boys in the pond are my favorite, I love how the color just pops out at you, these are so alive

  • I really dig the overall aura of the photos. Amazing eye!

  • Jeff, thank you for sharing the photos! As a pseudo-photographer in my spare time, I love taking a look at other photographers work. Congrats to Danny as well, you’re pictures are inspiring!

  • love 6th





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