07.06.11 by Jeff

Randy P. Martin

Photos by Randy P. Martin.

Photographer Randy P. Martin photography

Photographer Randy P. Martin photography

Photographer Randy P. Martin photography

Photographer Randy P. Martin photography

Photographer Randy P. Martin photography

Photographer Randy P. Martin photography













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



  • Nice wide angled shots. There is something intriguing in those characters lost in a larger landscape & turning their back to us. A bit like Caspar David Friedrich.

  • These are so tranquil, I really like the atmosphere.

  • James

    I’ve been a big fan of Randy’s work for a long time. If he keeps it up he’s going to have a wild collection of photographs when he’s older.

  • very cool.. i really like the first one!

  • i love these travelling shots

  • it’s awesome when when you feature a photographer that i’ve been following long before.

    because it feels like i know the entire internet.

  • These shots are so beautiful… I love the romantic feel of the landscape!
    Take care,

  • Jet

    I absolutely love these photographs… can’t express how much i feel them.

  • lapetitefaon

    sooooo inspiring, hope the photos from my summer travels are like one tenth as beautiful as these!

  • YES! He’s been one of my favorite photographers for a while. they make you feel like crap for sitting on your couch in the best way possible.

  • kevin

    All amazing shots and great subjects. Bravo sir

  • They’re like a big summer puzzle. Totally love.

  • these are amazing. wonderful scenery, colors and placement.

  • They are all amazing!!!





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