22.07.11 by Jeff

Yuji Hamada

“Pulsar”, photos by Yuji Hamada.

Photographer Yuji Hamada photography

Photographer Yuji Hamada photography

Photographer Yuji Hamada photography

Photographer Yuji Hamada photography

Photographer Yuji Hamada photography

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



  • mp

    Just made a gif on my blog sorta like these:

    http://www.everydayiveknownyou.com/2011/07/21/sun-stroke/

  • Steve

    One of the best reasons to wake up early in the morning! (though seldom done)

  • Arturo Yidam

    wow! how do you do that?! looks amazing!!

  • That are very nice photos…

  • all of these are butt kicking AMAZING!!!!!!

  • I’m not religious but there is something very spiritual about these images. The sun appears to shine down on specific spots as though there is a presence in it’s place. The photos really capture something special. I love the effect the sun has by blurring out the surroundings.

  • lapetitefaon

    AHHHHHHHH!!!!! Losing my freaking mind over these, I just want to transport into these photos and bathe in that light, amazing!

    • “bathe in that light” – all day & night 😉

  • RALFANA

    Love the lights on my mind… Great set, breathless…

  • seb

    any relation Jeff…? (hope this isn’t misconstrued as racist in some way..)

    • haha no relation to me (and no offense at all)

  • Love the light!!!





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