Turning Gray Shades Into Colors With A Tinted Geometric Grid


Wrong, the pumpkins are all in shades of gray as shown in the second photo…

black and white pumpkins
Original black and white photo

So, only the thin grid of concentric hexagons is tinted with colors.

tinted geometrical grid

In conclusion, this proves that our brains process shapes and colors in two distinctly different regions that communicate with each other by giving a single coherent colorful image. Oh, and Happy Halloween!