12.10.11 by Jeff

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



  • I really, really love these photos! I love the mirror concept.

  • lepetitefaon

    the second one is so subtle and beautiful

  • Jean-Luc

    the third one is beautiful, that sharp gold mirror and that yellow… ggggreeaat!

  • Ralfana

    Jeez, the first is gorgeous !! But the mirror effect on the third from the top with that wallpaper stuns me up!! Very cool stuff…

  • Her blog “Welcome indians” is one of my favorites.

  • vrajka

    lucky photographer.

  • Not all people can really see the essence of these photos, but photographers and artist will appreciate them. Nice captures.





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