Ok, maybe not the whole life immediately but at least an abstract day or a moment... yes, an abstract moment captured on a photograph. I don't take many abstract photographs, in fact, I always get confused what abstract photography really is and what defines it. Before you send me an angry email saying that in fact there are definitions of what abstract photography is, think about it for a moment... it's 'abstract'. What is abstract for you can be and it's most likely not necessarily abstract for me. Abstract photography can be so abstract that it's abstractically impossible to define.
I really have no idea where my thoughts on that go and why I'm writing it - I guess it's just an abstract Sunday afternoon thought. Hold on, maybe my message after all is that abstract photography can be a very unique type of photography because it always will be defined differently by each photographer. Each one of us will see abstract in a different form - I think that's what defines abstract photography :)