Granted, it's fun to travel to new places to take photographs. Yet, sometimes all you really need to do is head to your own backyard or take a walk down the street to discover interesting images. They are all around you if you take time not just to look, but to truly see. Here's a perfect example: This abstract photograph is the pavement beneath my feet when I stepped out of the car into a downtown parking lot. Can you see it for not only what it is (pavement), but for what it might be (an abstract image about texture, lines, forms and shades)?