you have just inspired me to do convert some of my waterfall pics to B&W!
I like that name the Indians give to the mountain of Lone Pine, and find it pertinent to my subject, Oppapago, The Weeper. It sits eastward and solitary from the lordliest ranks of the Sierras, and above a range of little, old, blunt hills, and has a bowed, grave aspect as of some woman you might have known, looking out across the grassy barrows of her dead. From twin gray lakes under its noble brow stream down incessant white and tumbling waters. "Mahala all time cry," said Winnenap', drawing furrows in his rugged, wrinkled cheeks.
~ Land of Little Rain - Water Borders, Mary Austin