Santiago Creek follows the waterway from the mountains to the sea. Photographer : Jim RocheRead More
A divided path. Orange, California.
Jim Roche, Landscape Photographer, Vancouver, BC
Early morning, East Vancouver, but not early enough. Jim Roche, Vancouver photographer.Read More
Jim Roche : Landscape Photography : Vancouver
Jim Roche: Landscape Photography
A couple weeks ago this area looked vey different. A huge bush of colourful flowers, and another tree covered to protect fruits from the birds. Now everything is slowly coming apart.
The gardens, after several days of rain, nearly jump at you.Read More
Jim Roche: Landscape Photography: Near Skagit, Washington
A view from a hill in Skagit, overlooking the valley. Behind is the town cemetary.
LANDSCAPE PHOTOGRAPHY: JIM ROCHE: GILMORE STATION
Today I finished, I hope, my two year project called Gilmore, a documentary series about a small area of open land under the Skytrain in Burnaby, British Columbia. This small area, once rich in pathways, birds and a green canopy was slowly destroyed and is becoming a multiuse tower. This work documented this change. Please visit and take a look at the entire piece at https://www.jimroche.ca/gilmore-photos
Up and over the fence, orange, California.
More time lately in people’s gardens, looking at how the structured growth has become uncontrolled as time passes.
Things stuck where they are, at least for a time.
In the distance, a line of trees forms, The watch quietly from a distance.
From a larger series on loss. This site is hidden away in a low mountainous, hilly area of forest. The love of the mountains can be clearly seen. At night the solar flowers give off a wonderful glow.