When I went looking this morning for a contribution to this Daily Post challenge, I looked with this quote from Ben in mind:
"What I like about geometrically-rich photos, though, is that they bring together distinct forms into one visual surface. Along the way, they also force the concrete and the abstract to converge: objects and landscapes are still themselves, yet already a little more (and a little less) than what I’d initially seen in them."
This photo was taken from the upper deck of a tourist bus. The plan, hastily prepared, was to take a photo directly to the side of the bus whenever it stopped. No framing. No thinking. Just turn, focus, click; the contents of each shot dictated by the location of the bus when the brakes were fully engaged.