The cross slowly (and in black-and-white) falls to the ground as we are told that religious freedom is under attack in America.
They have even put a black-and-white picture of Kate Middleton looking stressed and worried on the front cover.
She has an elegant bearing and looked almost regal in a black-and-white dress.
It reminds us that history rarely gives us uncomplicated heroes or black-and-white moral choices.
The Daily Pic: Jan Groover pushed the photographic still life from black-and-white into color.
Trying not to see it, her eyes were caught by a black-and-white print in a gilt frame, called "The First Steps."
The condor, when in full plumage, might be called a black-and-white bird.
They knew his black-and-white cow, with the bell at her neck, which made sounds they did not like.
There was black-and-white paint on his body; the stripes of the Koshare do not come off easily.
The White Shield, their partisan, rode in gorgeous attire at their head, mounted on a black-and-white horse.