Henry Roy arrived in France from Haiti in 1966 as a political refugee. He returned to his homeland at the age of 25, finding that the duality of his upbringing gave him a special sense of society and culture. This world view has informed Roy’s photographs, which have graced the pages of Purple, W Magazine, and Art Review.

BOOOOM! just featured Roy, and I was struck by the style of his landscape and nature shots. Muted light and an outsider view make them quite spectacular.

More of Roy’s nature photographs after the jump.

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