Black-and-white or just winter?
Does it matter? Kind of but not really. Sometimes the real colors and the color You perceive do not match. What affects this? Many things. In this marvelous digital age color is represented by the visual code we see on our many screens. Image on a screen is usually made up pixels.
These pixels form colors and images based on voltage that is passed through them. Colors are made from red, green and blue. So the final color in an image is a mix of those three. Our brains translate these pixel variations into colors and that is how we see color.
Then there are display calibrations and different quality of displays, people and their eyes. We can’t presume that every person that looks at a photograph sees the same colors in the same temperature as we do. I guess that can be applied to other aspects of human condition as well. There will always be different perspectives and opinions because people are different.