How does a normal everyday object become incomprehensible, to become abstruse, difficult to comprehend? Our eyes have developed a means to understand objects at face value, how they are supposed to look, normally, and in the whole. As soon as we place emphasis upon the detail or specific parts of an object, new patterns are realized and a new form is apparent. This form intrinsically no longer belongs naturally to the object as seen typically, it is now abstract. This set of images focuses on abstract visual perspectives of things we see around us each day, either in the city, or in nature.