Monolithic Color: Gray

Challenge #19 in the Ways of Seeing series. Hosted by jezsik.
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Show us a COLOR image that says "Gray!" Show us lots and lots of gray. Multiple shades of gray is ideal, but make sure we can tell that it's a color image. Is your image gray enough? If a viewer doesn't say "Whoa, that's almost depressing it's so gray!" then it's not gray enough. Ideally, aim for 18% gray, but just make sure it doesn't look mostly black or mostly white (or mostly black and white). Be careful not to include too much color otherwise the viewer's eye is drawn to that color and the gray effect is diminished.
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Paolina, absolute gray and absolute nosey.
The Fjord
Nightmare
The Divers
Never Forget
Gray morning in Acadian peninsula
Pacific Northwest Dawn
Tufa Tufts on a Cloudy Day
Alone
Winter geometries
Shoes
Clayoquot Sound
A Foggy Day in Steveston, BC
Towers of Amsterdam
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