Black and white appear to reduce environments down to their most pedestrian form. Instead, hidden underneath is the complexity of two constricting hues.
”History shows us that it is the visually simple that lasts, and that the simple always appears to have an ease of execution.”On Being a Photographer by Bill Jay and David Hurn
The often seen, the often heard disappear into ubiquity. But they are to be observed. It’s the everyday things that are often the most exciting part of any milieu.
Why do we walk past what is so easily noticed? Grey is what you make it.