I don't know why I feel compelled to say a little something about this one, but I do. Why this picture?
Because it is a wonderful abstract color composition. And the primary colors, red, yellow, blue, are all there. With a little green thrown in. Yes, this is a photograph where color is a defining characteristic.
Another is the composition. The lines, the objects, the tree, the posts. If it were a little more minimal, it might be an homage to Mondrian.
And then there is the "punctum" of that white, slightly diagonal, drainpipe.
And finally, the sheer randomness of it. Each element is a human gesture on the landscape. They came in increments spanning at least a century. And then I show up and point my camera at the arrangement and share it with you.