31.08.11 by Jeff

Susan Worsham

Photos by Susan Worsham.

Photographer Susan Worsham photography

Photographer Susan Worsham photography

Photographer Susan Worsham photography

Photographer Susan Worsham photography

Photographer Susan Worsham photography

Photographer Susan Worsham photography













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



  • Helena

    These are beautiful, I love the focus on her hands! And the delicate colours in the first and second especially.

    And though I know this is nothing to do with this particular set, but the site in general: are the diagonal lines across the photos only on my screen or are they part of the layout of the site? I find that they distract from the photographs and would personally like to see that removed.

  • in love. so magical.

  • Oh, I like those a lot! Nice light and sober colors.

  • GREG

    Beautiful.

  • the light is really nice. reminds me of my grandparents house.

    warm feeling.

  • absolutely stunning!

    i am loving your photography!

    i would be grateful if you would let me know the type of camera you use. do you also use film?

    looking forward to your reply.

    thanks so much.

    all the best,

    betty

  • lapetitefaon

    so delicate

  • Gorgeous images, so rich with color and beautiful quality of light!





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