Shadows, light and whispers
Monochrome photographs are called monochrome because you see only light and shadow, or black and white in different shades.
In fact, this photograph is not much different from most monochrome photographs, I mean the color scheme, but I know and remember well that this photograph has a third element, which is very difficult to see, more precisely, it is impossible to do, but , it can be felt on a mental level if, once, you have been to a night service in an Orthodox church.
This third element is a whisper.
It would be correct to call this whisper a prayer, but it is very difficult to understand the words when hundreds of people quietly whisper a prayer and it merges into one whisper.
By candlelight, it seems that every shadow is dancing to this quiet rhythmic whisper.
Apparently, the deacon didn't really like that I was taking photographs and, after a minute, he turned on the light in the church hall, the mystery disappeared along with the whisper.
But, I managed to take some pictures.
Photos taken with a Sony Cyber-shot DSC-HX300 camera.