30.03.11 by Jeff

Alexander Khudokon

Photos by Alexander Khudokon.

Photographer Alexander Khudokon

Photographer Alexander Khudokon

Photographer Alexander Khudokon

Photographer Alexander Khudokon

Photographer Alexander Khudokon

Photographer Alexander Khudokon

Photographer Alexander Khudokon

Photographer Alexander Khudokon

Photographer Alexander Khudokon

Photographer Alexander Khudokon













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



  • I’m absolutely in love with these photos. They show a side of NYC that’s almost been wiped out.

    • lapetitefaon

      Exactly my thought!

  • I didn’t know that Jonathan Livingstone was still around..

    • yep there he is!

  • Great photos.
    Really very communicative!

  • I like very much so.

  • feel lonely

  • Benjamin

    Second and Fourth are so nice!

  • Really admire the empty seats. Great shots.

  • Very expressive, the images make me feel like they have been taken with much love for the city.





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