What is your definition of "abstract" photography?

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What is your definition of "abstract" photography?

For me abstract photography is more about images of ordinary things taken from unusual angles, the shot of an everyday object, or a part of that object taken so as to make the viewer look hard to see what it actually is because of the angle it's taken at, & perhaps the closeness of the view. Anybody care to share their interpritation. Images welcome. lee uk.

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