Monochrome: Onion.

Monochrome photography is, on occasion, even more expressive than color. In the olden days black and white was all that existed. The viewer looked beyond the obvious (which color intensifies) and was challenged and gratified with experiencing the art of composition. This was art. Today’s spectator expects color, and that in abundance. Photographs are “doctored” … More Monochrome: Onion.