23.08.11 by Jeff

Frauke Thielking

Photos by Frauke Thielking.

Photographer Frauke Thielking photography

Photographer Frauke Thielking photography

Photographer Frauke Thielking photography

Photographer Frauke Thielking photography

Photographer Frauke Thielking photography

Photographer Frauke Thielking photography













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



  • K

    Does the first one make you think Human Centipede? Haha.

    • Leticia

      Yes, first thing I thought. Train, did not cross my mind until later. lol.

  • I like the kid who fell down in the third image.

    • Azaria

      i didn’t even see that till i read the comments, so i looked back and it made me crack up lol.

    • coolest. i passed right through that, didn’t notice it until your comment! haha

  • lapetitefaon

    ha, I love these! Last one is my favorite, reminds me of wrestling with my brothers when I was little “dog pile!” but of course…more elegant

  • Great set! Great idea behind photos.

  • You got volunteers. Tetris

  • Mel Zee




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