At the beginning of winter, when the sky is overcast every day, it is very difficult to find graphic plots. After all, graphics means increased contrast, a clear contour drawing, lines or shape.
In this winter lucky with hoarfrost - it kept on trees and other vegetation for a very long time. This natural phenomenon made it possible to take a lot of beautiful photos, including graphic ones.
As usual, it turned out something like patterns, chaotically heaped lines.
Birch in the light of lanterns looked very contrast.
If you add a person or some other object to the composition, the graphics will acquire the plot and the photo will become more interesting.
But I deliberately do not do this, as I try to achieve maximum monotony in the composition of the frame.
Canon 6d, EF 17-35 / 2.8L