17.01.12 by Jeff

Laina Briedis

Photographer Laina Briedis photography
Photos by Laina Briedis.

Photographer Laina Briedis photography

Photographer Laina Briedis photography

Photographer Laina Briedis photography

Photographer Laina Briedis photography

Photographer Laina Briedis photography

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



  • that first picture threw me completely!! its like the girl is crouching next to a billboard or giant poster with a deer on it!! 🙂

  • I think the second, third and the last photo are really great. They really display an intense feeling of connection and purity. The colors are so bold and beautiful.

  • Some pretty powerful shots. Really enjoy the waterfall image.

  • vishal

    the last one probably the best photo so far this year.

    • ya its perfect

  • Wonderful photographs, these are pleasureful, it reminds me my vacations days 😀

  • Personal & beautiful. The type of work I would love to have hanged on my walls.

  • love the 2nd !

  • Lauma

    beautiful!
    in love with the first one.
    actually, her surname means “deer” in Latvian, and she is definitely of that descent.

  • beautiful!<3

    http://nailpolishnp.blogspot.com/ art – fashion – life

  • beautiful collection. x

  • I just discovered your “work” and I’m kinda amazed! There is so much strengh and peace and quietness and life in your shots, wow!
    And of course… the magic of film eh eh 😉

  • lapetitefaon

    umm, wow the last one is just incredible, but also love how whimsical the leaves in the hair are

  • These are gorgeous.

  • Emily

    quite magical, but the last one really made me smile!





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