This is my second entry in the Seven Days, Seven Black & White Photos Challenge which seems like it should have a catchier name. Black and white always seems to me to bend toward abstraction, giving different things an often surprising sameness yet also highlighting differences which are unnoticed when the world is in technicolor, which reminded me of the comedian Tom Rhodes who said:
Keep mixing the races until we’re all the same grayish color — then there’ll be no more racism, once we’re all the same shade, man. ‘Hey, gray!’ ‘Who you callin’ gray, gray?’ And then we’ll actually be able to hate someone for the person that they are.
And that in turn inspired me to take this picture which I’ve decided to call Fifty Shades Of Gravy: