Jean Francois Theriault Shows the Peaceful Side of Las Vegas

By: Matt Ho - Published: Mar 25, 2011 • References: artefakstudio & mymodernmet
When people think of Las Vegas, they think gambling, strippers and an epic night out. Jean Francois Theriault ditches all that and captures a very different side of Sin City.

Most pictures of Las Vegas consists of large shiny billboards, flashing lights, and large hotels. Jean Francois Theriault’s photographs depicts a much calmer side of the city that most don’t see in movies or ads. The images portrays Sin City as a deserted place that’s incredibly striking and beautiful. An empty pool, a closed liquor store, and an empty street shows that even Vegas needs its rest.

These Jean Francois Theriault photographs of a deserted Las Vegas is hauntingly beautiful. For those who have wondered if the city ever sleeps, these images will prove to you that it does. Stats for Deserted Sin City Shoots Trending: Older & Chilly
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