Color Speaks.

And sometimes, color makes the photo. I wish that bush weren't there, to the right. So, ignore the bush. Note the perspective of trees, and the glowy effect that results from the yellowed leaves fading into a blur. Note that I took this photo from a crouch position, so that the yellowness haloed her head. The girl-ishness of hair twirling and the bows. Here, color speaks to the crayola colors of kidhood, the festivity of the season (this was December). This is a unideal candidate for a B&W conversion. Almost all the colors are mid-tones, and much of the pic would be gray, except for the dark patch at the very end of the trees and parts of the hair, which would be closer to black. Not things that we want to pay extra attention to.