You have perhaps seen our Valentine neighbor, talented photographer Jim Robinson, walking through the park with his big black dog. Jim takes this walk multiple times each day with his camera, finding the most interesting visual aspects of Roanoke Park to reinterpret into intimations of the park’s ancient soul.
Mr. Robinson’s photos capture the moodiness, the mystery, the grandeur and subtle beauties of the park, several of which are included in the gallery below.
To advance this collection, The Roanoke Park Conservancy has commissioned a book of the 40 most intriguing images.
The book is for sale now (inscribed or not) and can be delivered before Christmas as a unique gift for anyone who appreciates the serenity of Roanoke Park.
Orders received before December 14 will be delivered by Christmas.
The book is $50 plus tax, with 25% of the sales to The Roanoke Park Conservancy! Thoughtful for your giftee and the Conservancy!
Archival signed prints are also available.
The yellow tree / original at theasseen.com
Exactly / original at theasseen.com
Good morning / original at theasseen.com
Branching out / original at theasseen.com