Fine art photographer Paul Edmondson is well known for his stunning landscapes that have both minimal and graphic compositions with an emphasis on line, form, shape and color. He travels throughout the USA regularly with his camera in hand, and is drawn towards the places where humans and the natural environment intersect. Paul recently travelled to the Canadian province of Saskatchewan that borders the United States to the south. He returned with a gallery of stunning photos that can be seen here in it's entirety. We hope you enjoy the sampling of images below.
"In May of 2018 I decided to take a road trip through the southwest corner of the Canadian province of Saskatchewan. I've always been fascinated by places that represent both the wild and human-altered elements, and Saskatchewan combines both of these characteristics in unique and visually powerful ways. Driving on small backroads with Neil Young's Harvest playing, I found all that I'd hope to encounter - expansive wheat fields, abandoned homesteads, tall grass prairies to name a few. The area is wild and vast, with some of the friendliest and most open people I've ever met during my travels."
You can view Paul Edmondson's full body of work by visiting the PurePhoto online gallery. His open ediition prints are available in a variety of sizes and can be custom printed in extra large scale upon request.