Said the Rose … “Still, you’re the right colour, and that goes a long way.”
“I don’t care about the colour,” the Tiger-lily remarked.
Through the Looking-Glass
It was more than 50 years after the invention of photography that the first photograph in full natural color was made, though the theory of color perception and reproduction had been known for nearly 100 years. During its first five decades, photography in simple black and white was seen as such a marvelous thing that it seems to have occurred to no one that there was something inherently unrealistic about it. But today, such photography is used only for images that carry a message that can be best expressed in stark black-and-white ...