I adore black and white photography. There is such an innocence to it that covers all of the colorful flaws of a colored image. The asymmetrical line that is created in this image by the boats sail and water reflection is what caught my eye.
"Can you begin to own ◦ both yourself and your shadow? ◦ Can you measure ◦ moments in the sun ◦ when your shadow lays down your shape?" – Carl Sandburg, from “Shadows Fall Blue in the Mountains,” in Honey and Salt (Harvest Books,