Rome: Monochrome

The strangest thing about photography, and images in general, is that the absence of color can actually make an image much more vivid. A monochrome image can actually serve to make a photograph’s mood and tone shout out in ways that color would have somehow subdued. 

A quiet moment alone, the ageless wonders of ruins and monuments, a quick glance and silhouettes in the night. All paused. All captured in a way that only black and white can do.