Sometimes monochrome just does it best.
Colour, for all its benefits and virtues, occasionally provides information overload and distracts from the essential structure of an image. This can be particularly true in Africa where colours are often at their most vivid and intense.
A black and white interpretation instead allows us to view the simple bare bones of an image leaving both its subject and its textural simplicity open to examination and scrutiny.
This collection of black and white photographs are part of The End of Days – The Last of the Omo Valley Tribes series.