"The Truth is never black or white"

Black and white are remarkably easy reversible without losing any of their power.
That means that they do not represent a point of beginning or end, but they're really a reflection of the eternal dance of life.

P E A C E
( W ) h o l e
K I N G  H E L L E B O R E  B / W
Z E B R A
N A T I V E   S O I L  :  H U M A N
K e e p   y o u r   h e a d   t o g e t h e r
T h e   t r u t h   i s   n e v e r   b l a c k   o r   w h i t e  )
N E I G H B O R S
P L A N E T
S P R I N G  F L O W E R

Black and white are not colours, but for me they include the entire colour spectrum. Without black no depth, without white no light. It is the greatest contrast imaginable; the entire universe. These extremes have always had a sublime value to me (personally, I think the combination of a lot of black, with a little bit of white is irresistible). It is the base of both my work and personal environment.
Black and white photography combines the most extreme contrasts. And yet black and white are remarkably easy reversible without losing any of its power. That means that they do not represent a point of beginning or end, but they're really a reflection of the eternal dance of life.

H O R I Z O N
F O G
B I R D
P A T H
B L A C K  L O V E ,  W H I T E  L O V E
M O M A
W I N D O W
R O C K