07.06.11 by Jeff

Lukasz Wierzbowski

Photos by Lukasz Wierzbowski. Poland.

Photographer Lukasz Wierzbowski photography

Photographer Lukasz Wierzbowski photography

Photographer Lukasz Wierzbowski photography

Photographer Lukasz Wierzbowski photography

Photographer Lukasz Wierzbowski photography

Photographer Lukasz Wierzbowski photography













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



  • http://heyitsalexp.com heyitsAlexP

    In love with these photos and I’d love to see her style applied to fashion shots. Poland represent!

  • http://juenology.wordpress.com/ Mary Sohn

    beautiful beautiful BEAUTIFUL

  • http://www.bjarteedvardsen.com Bjarte Edvardsen

    I admire the light stalking going on here. Beautiful atmosphere.

  • terzpa

    piękne, lekkie i zmysłowe (polish)

  • lapetitefaon

    wowwwwww normally I feel like taking photos of beautiful girls is just too easy, but these are STUNNING

  • Olivia

    oooOOOooo

  • empalagarme de mar

    i love ! always

  • http://www.katherinesquier.com Katherine

    Lukasz is the best!! His style is stunning and in the most distinctive way.

  • vanilla

    piękne!

  • http://apercevable.blogspot.com anja

    haven’t seen such pictures before
    especially the second one
    like!

  • http://www.flickr.com/photos/cemetry_gates/ alexander

    the use of colors are so personal and original. ace

  • Myra

    I can order prints?

  • Myra

    i mean CAN i order prints?

  • http://hookandlinemag.com keba

    the light in these is amazinngggg. i did an interview with him for the sixth issue of Hook and Line Magazine. you can read it here http://www.hookandlinemag.com/p/read.html enjoy!

  • http://www.pogobooks.de claudio

    Lukasz Wierzbowskis great Book on PogoBooks is still available:
    http://www.pogobooks.de/content/wierzbowski.html

  • jefff

    will you ever link directly to the photos you’re posting?





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