Coming up from air with dandelions, I contemplated life, art, and my color palette. What about introducing chromatics to my puffy friends? I tried a number of approaches, and in the end used flower blossoms arranged in the background, enhanced by selective and low depth-of-field.
Like calls to like, but also like likes unalike. A color image occurred to me, the Duomi di Pavia, photographed last autumn in Italy with my good friend Mauro Moroni. It seemed to me that this really deserved a monochromatic interpretation. The image of dandelions (above) takes black and white into color, and the view of the vast interior dome (below) takes color to black and white.