"St. Chapelle"
by Paul Roark

St. Chapelle cathedral in Paris is most famous for its spectacular stained glass windows. While one most often thinks of the color of such displays, the forms and shapes in B&W are also compelling. One sees different aspects of the structure when the eye is not pulled so strongly to the color for its own sake. In fact, it is that characteristic of B&W that makes it a unique medium.

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