is fascinated by strangers. The French Canadian photographer took his camera to Mexico, hoping to catch people in that rare moment of relaxed vulnerability (re: relative nakedness) at an exclusive beach.
Attaching a shutter release to the camera, Paillé allowed his subjects to control the timing of the image. To him "the beach and the sun represent a perfect oasis where the human being sets in the middle moreover, where he cares no longer about the others". Judging by that amazing woman with a drink and ciggie, we think he's right.
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