This past week, I have been thinking about the relationship between color and black and white photography. In many ways, black and white photographs have defined the past for us. From the Civil War through the 1950s, black and white was the "color" of history. For example, our visual experience of World War II is mostly based on black and white photography so that color photos like these taken during the London blitz seem a little strange.
The black and white photo above was taken in 2010 on a rainy Sunday afternoon with my Pentax MX camera loaded with Fuji Neopan Acros 100 film.