Most digital cameras these days have a multi-exposure mode. If you like the idea of impressionistic or abstract art, set your camera to multi-exposure mode and fire away. Move the camera a little between exposures, or zoom in and out, or swing the camera around to another point and superimpose new images on the previous ones. You may get a lot of junk, but you also may get some keepers. Gear Photos were made with a Nikon D750 and a Nikon 70-300 mm f/4.5 - 5.6.
Surfaces are everywhere. They're preformed landscapes and portraits and still lives. You just have to frame them. There are infinite possibilities. Light and shape and color and texture and frames are endless. These frames were found within walking distance of the homestead, and were photographed as found. Gear Photos were made with a Nikon D750 and a Zeiss Milvus 35 mm f/2.0.