03.06.11 by Jeff

Adrià Cañameras

Photos by Adrià Cañameras. Barcelona.

Photographer Adria Canameras photography

Photographer Adria Canameras photography

Photographer Adria Canameras photography

Photographer Adria Canameras photography

Photographer Adria Canameras photography

Photographer Adria Canameras photography

Photographer Adria Canameras photography

Photographer Adria Canameras photography

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



  • pure, like crisp morning mountain air. leaves me feeling faintly nostalgic, happy. bravo adria.

  • Ben

    I was listening to http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U62vfvA0EJo when I watched these photos. It’s probably the most nostalgic and melancholic, but yet exciting moment I’ve ever had while browsing internet 🙂

  • The first image is very haunting.

    http://davidikus.blogspot.com

  • T2

    so wonderful photos )

  • Rain

    These are so great. They really cause your mind to elaborate on the situation of the photo.

  • Lea

    The last one is awesome!

  • lapetitefaon

    I am awestruck, cannot stop looking, absorbed into the first photo, it looks a painting

  • tk

    especially loved the last one!

  • Damn! Love the mood.





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