21.07.11 by Jeff

Lisa Wassmann

Photos by Lisa Wassmann.

Photographer Lisa Wassmann photography

Photographer Lisa Wassmann photography

Photographer Lisa Wassmann photography

Photographer Lisa Wassmann photography

Photographer Lisa Wassmann photography

Photographer Lisa Wassmann photography

Photographer Lisa Wassmann photography













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



  • so great !
    thanks.

  • Wow!

  • amazing – looks painterly.

  • Gorgeous work!

  • yeahI agree a few of them I almost mistook as paintings at first.

  • Ralfana

    This is simply great, a love the third one… Wanna marry with that lady !

  • Holy crap why haven’t I seen this woman’s work before? She’s a goddess.

  • third to last is breathtaking.

  • lapetitefaon

    WHAAAAAAT?!!!! I can barely comprehend these!!! I really love the people walking through the field of…amazement?! And I looove the one in the water too! Just SO BEAUTIFUL AHHH!

  • Just awesome!

  • Steve

    Holy crap these are fantastic!
    Second photo is priceless!

  • STUNNING!

  • beautiful work! the stream of water is brilliant!

  • These are incredible. The first two are pretty dreamy.

  • The last photo is good!

  • bloody hell! what stunning work!!!:)

  • Mel Zee

    she is amazing! we did a q&a with her at hearty magazine (http://heartymagazine.com/)

    See it here: http://heartymagazine.com/news/lisa-wassmann-photography-q-and-a

    xo





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