I've always felt that there's more color in black-and-white than there is in color. This refers to the multitude of the graduations of grays and deep dark tonality, but it also refers to psychological core of black-and-white. Black-and-white is about feeling and things that lie below the surface. It's about architecture, form, and shape, while color is the surface of things. The variety and depth of what lies below is far more complicated than what lies above.