Most photographers are consistent about the type of work they do, mostly sticking to their genre–landscape, street, portrait or whatever. I don’t seem to narrow my focus in that way.
Maybe eventually I’ll settle on a particular genre. So for now, at least, here’s a texture photo.
Texture photos are usually closeups of something, focusing on the patterns of the object rather than the object itself. Those patterns form their own abstractions. So something familiar, like say aging paint on a shed, becomes abstract.
This is a ceiling tile.