Andre Vautour.

Categorised as ART., PHOTOGRAPHY.

This was taken as I was walking the dog near my house. The effect is just me blowing in front of the lens and lighting it up with the camera flash.

Andre Vautour’s photos remind us of a mix between the Twilight Zone (not the vampire flick for any tweeners) and some crazy Las Vegas magic show. Andre’s work forces you to question why there are trees suspended in mid-air and alien like lights shining out of trees, and indeed whther Andre had anything to do with this? If he ever has been beamed up or inherited some sort of levitation power then he definitely didn’t tell us about it, but then I suppose if you had a super-power you wouldn’t go blabbing around to any guy that comes up to you on the street. Maybe you would. Maybe you’re mental and tell people shit like that all the time. However Andre did tell us that he was born and raised in Toronto and has been shooting photos since he was ten years old. Check some of them out above & below.

This is just a cat I saw one night when I was walking the dog.

I saw this Christmas tree one night last year.

This is the last photo I took on a foggy last may.

This one is taken at Kew Beach. I liked the look of the big mound of sand, and the light on the sand.

photos Andre Vautour


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  • Not only am I one of Andre’s biggest fans, but he is a great inspiration to be and friend. A person everyone should know!!

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