Rediscovering Monochrome

Today I remembered that most things look edgier and more thought-provoking in black & white.

Check out 10 photos I gave the monochrome treatment, all taken during my travels in the last four months.

Waterfront in Stanley. Hong Kong
Waterfront in Stanley. Hong Kong
Dirt road by night. Luang Prabang, Laos
Dirt road by night. Luang Prabang, Laos
Contemplative monkey on mountain hiking descent. Emei Shan, China
Contemplative monkey on mountain hiking descent. Emei Shan, China
Mother and daughter. Hanoi, Vietnam
Mother and daughter. Hanoi, Vietnam
Marriott surrounded by rubble. Beijing, China
Marriott surrounded by rubble. Beijing, China
Biking in the monastery walls. Luang Prabang, Laos
Biking in the monastery walls. Luang Prabang, Laos
Pagodas and paths. West Lake, Hangzhou, China
Pagodas and paths. West Lake, Hangzhou, China
Unimpressed school kids. Shanghai, China
Unimpressed school kids. Shanghai, China
View from the unrestored part of the Great Wall. Mutianyu, Beijing, China
View from the unrestored part of the Great Wall. Mutianyu, Beijing, China
Reflective smoking. Qibao, China
Smoking in one of Shanghai’s ancient water towns. Qibao, China

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