Splash of Color
Working in black and white for an extensive time has taught me how to see in tones, think in gradients, appreciate contrast, identify separation and overlap, seek out texture, recognize shape, work with repetition; and make the most of high, mid, and low tones. A black and white image can be far more than a color image minus color. But working in black and white for an extensive time has also increased my appreciation for color as a component of visual grammar.
The contrast of pinks and greens are what give this flower the separation needed to be the star of the stage.