I am partial to black and white photography. It must be my analytical mind trying to impose a binary feel to the way I see things. What black and white lacks in color, it more than makes up for in depth and range … on the surface it seems like a simple expression of the world, but the closer you look the more meaning it seems to convey. That was just a long-winded way of saying you will see more of these types of pictures in the future.
I took this picture of Niagara Falls from the Canada side. I was in Ontario on a business trip and had a weekend to myself so I took the opportunity to see the falls. It was one of those times when you just stand there in stunned admiration of the sheer magnitude of nature. I wanted to turn to someone and say “Holy crap, look at that!”, but alas, I was all alone and I doubt the old British couple next to me would have appreciated my language.