Black and White: Part 4

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“We relinquished color when we relinquished sunshine and did away with difference.  We gained control of many things.  But we had to let go of others.”

In Lois Lowry’s “The Giver,” a character makes the transition from a world of black and white to one where he can see color.  It begins with an apple.  Gradually it dawns on the reader that the sea change being described is the ability to see red.

On this frigid, snowy first day of spring,  I feel like I’m travelling in the other direction: ruby berries, a cloudless cerulean sky, cinnamon-dusted ochre branches, and a soft gold feathered mask . . .

All of them are black and white, still steeped in deep winter.

About Stephanie

In her spare time, Stephanie works full-time, and then some, as an attorney. She has published articles and delivered talks in arcane fields like evidentiary issues, jury instructions, expert witnesses, and forensic evidence. She also is an adjunct professor at a law school on the banks of the Charles and loves that dirty water, as she will always think of Boston as her home. You are welcome to take a look at her Facebook author page, or follow @SMartinGlennon on Twitter. All content on this blog, unless otherwise attributed, is (c) 2012-2016 by Stephanie M. Glennon and should not be reproduced (in any form other than re-blogging in accordance with Wordpress protocol and the numerous other wee buttons at the bottom of each post) without the express permission of the domain holder.
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6 Responses to Black and White: Part 4

  1. ann martin says:

    Your black and white pictures are beautiful, and I can hardly wait for the return of color!

  2. Catherine says:

    This picture should be on the cover of a novel.

  3. Hats off to the photographer because that is a beautiful photo as I admire it while the snow lightly falls on the second day of spring. 🙂

  4. You did a beautiful job with composition and contrast. I really like the interplay between the feathers and the crisply focused branch and berries. Ω

  5. Amy says:

    Love this special, beautiful capture!

  6. timelesslady says:

    This is stunning in its beauty…terrific photo.

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