[Categories: Photography, Photography 101 Forever]
Per ANGEE “…I also love black and white… ”.
Many of our neighborhood junipers are unusually green this year:
“The ability to see in color is not specific to humans, but many animals can only see in black and white. Colored vision is possible because of the presence of cone photoreceptors in the eye; the different types of cone cells respond to different wavelengths of light, resulting in the perception of different colors. Cone cells are not active in low-light conditions, unlike the more sensitive rod photoreceptors.
Some of the animals that only see in black, white and shades of gray include bats, golden hamsters, flat-haired mice, raccoons, seals, sea lions, walruses, some fish, whales and dolphins, to name a few.” (Sciencing.com)
Aren’t we lucky?
Stay safe, stay well, stay wonderful.