I did this exercise more as a demonstration of conceptual photography with several basic ideas. Quite frequently I would see posts on photography forum and websites whereby the (usually amateur) photographer would post two images of the same photograph where one is in colour and one is in black and white. The question he’s seeking is which one is the better photograph. Many times, people would respond with their answer, and the occasional one would offer a more analytical answer. My second self-imposed rule was it had to be circular or round-like plants from nature. The first photograph I took to facilitate this study was the perfectly pruned bush or plant shown in the first image. I have no clear idea of what this exercise will lead to. Thirdly, my post-production colourization is intentionally muted, as I felt that normally looking photos were boring and uninteresting to the eye. This is probably why I prefer black and white photography over colour.