|Quiet in death, ca. 1930s|
This is one of the many photos I have been restoring over the past year. This is the daughter of a family friend named Lydia Penner. Beyond the name on the back of the photo, nothing is known of her.
Although the universe is ablaze with more colours than the human eye can detect, we can also learn to see the world in new ways by returning to the roots of the art of photography, to the art of black and white, and other monochromes like sepia (and bi-level). This photo blog celebrates that spectrum of colours ranging from the darkest monochromes to the most brilliant whites, and everything in between.