DAVID ROUCHET PHOTOGRAPHY
Nuclear vision

BLACK & WHITE

Whether you are in Paris, Chicago, Montreal, or in the nature in the Pyrenees France, in Yellowstone USA or on a beach in Florida, there are always opportunities to depict the scenery in Back & White, revealing even more the shapes and textures.

Nuclear vision

Nuclear vision

Chicago, March 2015

The loop, inside downtown Chicago provides a unique view of the city. When it comes to snow, this gives a desolation mood of the city artery's rail

Rural Fence

Rural Fence

France, December 2016

The rural fence of this field, disappear in the fog, in the French countryside

Look, I told you

Look, I told you

Montreal, June 2017

This is my interpretation of the 1981 McGill College business building and its iconic sculpture "La Foule Illuminée". This place has been photographed thousands times, so this is a tough challenge to try to end up with something different

Variation around a tree

Variation around a tree

France, December 2016

A tree enclosing a tree in a foggy field

The forgotten pier

The forgotten pier

Florida, April 2014

An empty pier, facing the thunderstorm over the Lake Okeechobee, the largest lake in Florida. The opposing shore can be barely seen

French Quarter's Bike

French Quarter's Bike

New Orleans, December 2015

The sun beams of the morning lights created deep shadows of this colonial house columns and this bike, in a street of the New Orleans French Quarter

Madison Hill

Madison Hill

Yellowstone, July 2017

After a disappointing wait for sunset, heading back to get some rest, the sky opened up on the hills surrounding Madison valley. These clouds were amazingly dark and dense, after a thunderstorm, still perforated by the setting sun

The Embarcadero

The Embarcadero

San Francisco, July 2010

This is a view of the Pier 7, a pedestrian pier along The Embarcadero, in San Francisco

Sea Gates

Sea Gates

Florida, January 2014

The Naples' pier on the 12th avenue gives the sensation that it leads you to the sea when observed from underneath

Coming from the Rain

Coming from the Rain

Yellowstone, July 2017

After a thunder storm, heading back to the lodge, just when the rain was about to stop, the clouds started to clear up and let the light passed through, revealing the valley and the road reflecting the sun rays

The breakthrough

The breakthrough

France, June 2011

After the rain, the clouds are clearing around the French Pyrenees peaks

Sadness

Sadness

New York, March 2014

By a moody, rainy day, crossing East River, with the Roosevelt Island Tramway

Deering Estate

Deering Estate

Florida, September 2015

Deering Estate is a former private property, which was owned by Charles Deering, a Chicago industrialist, who was also an art collector, nowadays converted in a botanical garden

Pontchartrain Lake

Pontchartrain Lake

Louisiana, December 2015

The bridge, barely visible in the distance in this image, called Lake Pontchartrain Causeway, is the longest continuous bridge over water in the world

Ravenscrag Maison

Ravenscrag Maison

Montreal, March 2016

Today the building is known as the Allan Memorial Institute and is part of the McGill University Faculty of Medicine

Fraternal duo

Fraternal duo

France, December 2016

This two cows, intrigued by my presence, looks like to buddies, alone, close to the tree, in the French, foggy countryside

Niagara Falls #2

Niagara Falls #2

Canada, March 2017

The Horseshoe Falls, one of the tree Niagara Falls, by a frozen day. Almost everything is covered by ice around the falls

The raft of the lake

The raft of the lake

Quebec, April 2017

These bushes emerge from the water of this Quebec lake, surrounded by haze and fog

Burned

Burned

Yellowstone, July 2017

Mammoth Hot Springs is an incredible location in Yellowstone National Park, where volcanic features created surreal landscapes, amongst them these dead trees embedded in layers of calcium carbonate, surrounded by steams from the hot springs

The Hedgehog

The Hedgehog

Montreal, December 2017

This islet of grasses is wrapped by the see mist and the ice. The cold air around -20°C and warmer water by contrast creates this mist above the St-Lawrence river