09.09.11 by Jeff

Dear America

“Dear America” features a photo for each state shot by a whole slew of my favourite photographers, curated by Zara.

Zara Dear America photography project

Zara Dear America photography project

Zara Dear America photography project

Zara Dear America photography project

Zara Dear America photography project













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



  • love these, kinda disappointed by my home-state’s (louisiana) pic but maybe because i’m just used to it…

    • Ben

      At least you’re not Indiana..

  • Whoever decided websites with that scrolling mouse thing was a good idea should be kicked in the shin or something.

    • Meg

      Those are beautiful, but I am soooo dizzy now.

      • lapetitefaon

        agreed! but what the hell, sooooo beautiful, I love America!!!

  • Yes, the scrolling viewing of each image, followed by the close up once one presses on a picture, could have been done in a slightly different way. Though, I cannot complain, as they used my photograph for New Jersey.

    • yea i dont like the presentation at all hard to really view each photo on its own

  • love new york’s. that is the new york state i’ve grown up in.

  • Arizona is missing !

  • Jerrrrrry

    John McCain burned the photo of Arizona

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  • I LIKE !





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