As photographers we sometimes don’t respect the color white. We may forget a subject’s details and sacrifice it for brightness. There is black and gray, brown and red, and a myriad of cremes and hues without names and description. Touch those hues, caress them, truly look at them and see them. Take a deep breath, slow down, and feel them when you breathe and when you press the shutter and when you edit. But most of all, when it comes to the color white, respect it, because if you don’t, it will make a fool of you everytime.
- Adam Bykowski
The many ice formations resulted from water dripping over a frozen waterfall in Ottawa Canyon in Starved Rock State Park in Illinois.