A Feather in Black and White

Photograph by ©Omar Upegui R.

“If you can’t fly, then run.  If you can’t run, then walk.  If you can’t walk, then crawl.; but whatever you do, you have to keep moving forward.”—Martin Luther King

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4 thoughts on “A Feather in Black and White”

  1. Black and white adds a dimension that makes most photos unique these days. Back in the days before color film here or in Japan, we loved working with black and white. It is hard to keep in your head by there is always something visible in the blacks of a black and white picture. Black is the total absence of everything so you know when you take the picture what was where the black is on your print. Anyway, nice photograph.

    1. That is a great comment Abe. As a true photographer you can express views of images that I have not thought about it before. Sooner or later I must take a course on black and white photography. They are so dramatic.

      Thank you so much for your thought-provoking views on photography. I appreciate them a whole lot. Slowly I am enjoying monochrome photography much more than in the past.

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