Benoit Paillé Photography

‘The kitsch destruction of our world’, a photo series of slightly different landscapes captured by Benoit Paillé.

Benoit Paillé is a photographer from Montreal, Canada who currently lives in his camper for about one year. Benoit says that this experience shapes and changes his art and photographic work. The photo series ‘The kitsch destruction of our world’ features different pictures of landscapes or certain details from his long-term travels.

Below you can see selected images of the series – all were taken in the vastness of Canada. You can see more of his photos on: benoitp.prosite.com

Mud Lake in Black River Spruce Provincial park, Alberta, Canada.
Mud Lake in Black River Spruce Provincial park, Alberta, Canada.
Bush fire at Perdue, Saskatchewan, Canada.
Bush fire at Perdue, Saskatchewan, Canada.
Camper at Highway 93 in front of Mt Kerkeslin (Jasper nationnal park) and stunning auroras.
Camper at Highway 93 in front of Mt Kerkeslin (Jasper nationnal park) and stunning auroras.
Clear cutting around Kennedy Lake - Picture taken by photographer Benoit Paillé.
Clear cutting around Kennedy Lake – Picture taken by photographer Benoit Paillé.
Nightly capture of high-voltage lines.
Nightly capture of high-voltage lines.
Purple spotlighted House - Photo by Benoit Paillé.
Purple spotlighted House – Photo by Benoit Paillé.
Old abandoned and nearly derelict huts.
Old abandoned and nearly derelict huts.
Photo from a series called "The kitsch destruction of our world".
Photo from a series called “The kitsch destruction of our world”.

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