The genre of black and white photography is popular for a reason. The deep darks and the eye-catching whites are mesmerizing to look at — and simple enough to stare at for hours. In a monochrome photograph, the world is broken down to just shades of gray, telling a story without color but just as impactful.
These photos tend to feel a little more dreary, a little more curious, being so oreign in their presentation. After all, we don’t tend to see the world in black and white. But what if we did?