The World in Black and White: A Photostory

With the advent of digital cameras most people don't really think of photographing in Black and White.

Well I think people are missing out.

If you look back over time you will see that some of the most striking and evoking photographs were taken in Black and White. It gives images a certain impact. Ansel Adams is a perfect example.  His Landscapes of Yosemite stand up to this day. I like to use black and white in instances that would normally be a color photograph. This can completely change the mood and emotion that a photograph conveys.

Here are some of my most recent Black and White efforts. I hope you enjoy them. For more of my photographs please check out

Hard at work in Delhi, India

Denali National Park in Alaska

The Athabasca Glacier in Banff, Alberta, Canada

Notre Dame in Paris, France

911 Memorial in New York City

The Beautiful city of Udaipur in Rajasthan, India

A monk stands proud in the Himilayas of Nepal

The Taj Mahal in Agra, India

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