“When you photograph people in color, you photograph their clothes. But when you photograph people in Black and white, you photograph their souls!” - Ted Grant
This whole question of color vs. BW in landscape photography is important. Watching a Youtube video about Robert Adams who I think always shot BW the comment was made that Color hits the viewer like a bold of lightening but with little after affect. Black and White on the other hand may have many levels of understanding and is revealed slowly
The above represents this dichotomy. I would never hang the color photo on my wall - it’s too garish. The Ansel Adams photo to the right would be great on my living room wall if I could afford it!