What I liked about taking abstract shots is most of the time, they can be taken almost anywhere. A trick I find that works well is to look at form, texture and shape very closely. Zooming in can get rid of off-putting elements too.
As we were walking down the steep road at Saltburn I noticed quite low light and consequently longer shadows. I also liked the colours achieved on the ground.
The shapes in focus seem to be the double yellow lines and the overlapping of the shadows adds interest to the picture. The photo is fairly simple but I think the lighting really adds to it.