15.09.11 by Jeff

Henrik Bonnevier

“Untouched Waters”, photos by Henrik Bonnevier. He spent 100 days in the remote Lapland region of Sweden and now I’d like to do the same.

Photographer Henrik Bonnevier photography

Photographer Henrik Bonnevier photography

Photographer Henrik Bonnevier photography

Photographer Henrik Bonnevier photography

Photographer Henrik Bonnevier photography

Photographer Henrik Bonnevier photography

Photographer Henrik Bonnevier photography

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

  • OwlKef

    I love the the first one.

  • http://juenology.com Mary Sohn

    love love love love lovvvvvvve
    rainbow fish

    • http://www.jeffhamada.com/ Jeff

      me too we have beautiful rainbow trout here in bc too

  • Joana


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  • Taylor

    i love this so much.

  • Jessica


  • http://mariafulmer.com Maria

    Fantastic colors!

  • Seb

    such a considered sequence of photos, love it

    • http://www.jeffhamada.com/ Jeff

      i actually spent awhile choosing which photos to display haha

    • lapetitefaon

      what I noticed too! love the orange in the last two! ridiculously good! (the sequence and of course the photos!!!)

  • http://worktheangle.tumblr.com/ Work the Angle

    Those colours are so vibrant. Think this makes everyone want to rush there right now.

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  • http://shadowladders.blogspot.com/ mokasi

    Beautifull i must escape the city this weekend!!! also so cool to see you on Juxtapoz :) !!!!

  • http://www.mp-webdesign.co.uk Kelly

    So many beautiful colours. I’d love to be able to spend time in such a place with the glaciers and gorgeous scenery, especially at dawn and dusk. My favourite images are the third one down for the distant mountains, trees and sunset. I love the vast stretch of water and the thick grey clouds that capture this beautiful section of colour and contrast. I also really like the single fish on the rock for the bright colours, the under water world is a fascinating place.

  • http://robert-schittko.blogspot.com/ Robert Schittko

    really impressive

    which we had such a place near my place (in germany) 😛

  • http://www.westrin.se Gunnar Westrin

    Henrik takes photos through his soul. Its beautiful landscapes in a beautiful country, the country och Swedish Lapland. Henrik is the best!!!

  • Ralfana

    Amazingly surreal!!

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