16.05.11 by Jeff

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



  • i love that cat!

  • The last one is magical.

  • ayla

    great photos! check out http://emmanfotos.tumblr.com/archive . awesome photographer as well!

  • so whimsical

  • Rik Hannon

    That second picture is blowing my mind O.O

  • I love his compositions of symmetry, structure and colour. His homepage delivers more theme-related content, too. We would love to see more of that! Keep it up!

  • I love the color in the first photo.

  • i love that everyone mentioned a different photo

  • woah, I saw the guy who makes those bubbles in Paris today. I really wish I had my camera.

  • Amazing photography.

    Looking through his flickr.

  • The cat picture is extremely amusing & the landscape is nice. Thanks for sharing!

    http://davidikus.blogspot.com

  • I love pictures with bubbles in them! I tend to use a lot of those types of pictures in my campaigns.

    Jonathan
    Wholesale Clothing Shop

  • Mary Sohn

    here kitty kitty

  • lapetitefaon

    man, alllll so good

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