26.12.14 by Jeff

Cedric Dubus

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Photos by photographer Cedric Dubus. More below.

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



  • Lovely! The one of the back of the woman’s neck is beautiful.

  • The neck is So creative. And the landscapes stop me in my trax.

  • ninobenito

    2nd photo.

  • Alex Chavez

    Awesome photos, my favorite was the second one down! Sorry I don’t know the name but the geometric patterns and laughing is amazing!

  • The first one reminds me of the old white melamine refrigerators. I can’t stop looking at it. It’s a beach, a refrigerator, it’s melamine, it’s water/sand.. I like it. The second one is interesting too. Lines in the sky, directing on down to such a rigid shadow in the concrete signals a restriction of bare nature. The girl’s shirt in the 3rd picture reminds me of ballet shoes. Ballet shoes, or flats for women. Peaceful sun-tanning on bright red leather (boat?) seats. So pretty, and great composition.





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