License: Creative Commons - Attribution-No Derivatives Author: Larry Yeiser
In black & white, our foyer resembles the entrance hall of a funeral parlor. All we need is the obligatory guest registry book resting on a podium with a chained pen.
This is the curious conflict of black & white vs. color
. There are some who choose to read the book rather than watch the movie, those who are drawn to the mystery that lurks in the shadows of their own mind.
Strangely, I'll stare at a black & white photo a little longer than its color version. Maybe I imagine more. Maybe I allow the image to stir the creative mist that flows through the imagination factory hidden somewhere behind my eyes.