12.01.12 by Jeff

Emil Kozak

Photographer Emil Kozak photography
“Big Black Nothing”, photos by Emil Kozak. “Its basically walking until I get scared, or cant go any further…take the photo and go back…”

Photographer Emil Kozak photography

Photographer Emil Kozak photography

Photographer Emil Kozak photography

Photographer Emil Kozak photography

Photographer Emil Kozak photography

Photographer Emil Kozak photography

Photographer Emil Kozak photography

Photographer Emil Kozak photography

Photographer Emil Kozak photography

Photographer Emil Kozak photography

Photographer Emil Kozak photography

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



  • Ashraf

    WOW. These are beautiful and mysterious. Excellent photographs.

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  • Phew, wonderful

  • sr

    Yes… creepy and awesome!

  • This is why I keep coming back to this site – awesome finds like this. Great work!

  • Yeah, this is the stuff!

  • Drew

    Holy crap! I’ve been a long time follower of this site and I gotta say, these are the best pictures I’ve seen you post! I love them! Thanks for sharing!

  • I love this. the idea, the photos. beautiful.

  • Raf

    Love the photos. Love the explanation. Keep walking…

  • Morgan

    wow. just wow.

  • I wonder how she get’s those perfect photos when she’s afraid and trying to leave at the same time. Hmmm

  • really inspiring

  • BUGS_BOB

    Terrifying, genius

  • alex

    I feel so misplaced when I look at these, it’s sensational.

  • lapetitefaon

    these photos are obviously first off gorgeous but then when you learn how she goes about taking them they become haunting, brilliant idea and execution, bravo!





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