29.06.11 by Jeff

Gerd Ludwig

Photos by Gerd Ludwig.

Photographer Gerd Ludwig photography

Photographer Gerd Ludwig photography

Photographer Gerd Ludwig photography

Photographer Gerd Ludwig photography

Photographer Gerd Ludwig photography













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



  • The third one down looks like a painting!

  • Loved the last one

  • lapetitefaon

    OMG the first one is like some sort…of other world dream place?! Sigh desperately trying to wrap my head around how beautiful it is!!!!!!!! ahhhhhhh

  • wow. i love the beach do’s.

  • Prieur

    There ‘s a common point between all these wonderful photographs: Just note the cross made by the scrutural lines. make us focus concentrate on the photo; like that technique

  • hedi

    love them all!
    the water horses and joy
    the three three dolls
    Turks and their tea
    the stillness between two and the moving view

  • blonde from a box. fantastic.

  • Gerd ludwig, one of my favourite photographers. I especially like the series he did for the Russian train journey for national Geographic, amazing!!!

  • elsa

    an entire film could be made out of each of these photos

  • Joe

    Huge fan of the last pic…couple speaking without saying a word!





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