14.11.13 by Jeff

“Walking My Dog” by Eddy de Azevedo

Walking My Dog by Eddy de Azevedo

Walking My Dog by Eddy de Azevedo

Walking My Dog by Eddy de Azevedo

Walking My Dog by Eddy de Azevedo
Walking My Dog I

The images here are from a photo series by photographer Eddy de Azevedo. Lighters, containers, discarded shoes, objects Eddy comes across while walking his dog. Take a look at more below!

Walking My Dog by Eddy de Azevedo

Walking My Dog by Eddy de Azevedo

Walking My Dog by Eddy de Azevedo

Walking My Dog by Eddy de Azevedo
Walking My Dog II

 

Walking My Dog by Eddy de Azevedo

Walking My Dog by Eddy de Azevedo

Walking My Dog by Eddy de Azevedo
Walking My Dog III

 

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



  • Assuming these are all found objects, It’s very intriguing to see what kinds of objects one could pick up off the street. Great pieces. Just imagine the types of “trash” you could find in other places!





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