Abstract at ATL
It took years to build. The amazing canopy that covers the North and South terminals at Atlanta's Hartfield Airport allows thousands of travelers to load and unload free from rain and occasional snow. The translucent cover provides light most of the day. The engineering is amazing and represented in the elegant patterns it creates. Many airports have stunning architectural design. Here are some examples: https://www.archdaily.com/search/projects/categories/airport
Here is the full canopy. Extraordinary engineering.
It's time to put on your creative hats and take some Abstract images. Photography that makes use of patterns, textures, blur and often enough indistinct shapes - all to convey emotions or to share a narrative. Think about focusing on colors and shapes, rather than concentrating on getting technical details like focus and depth of field. There's absolutely NO right and wrong - it's all subjective and open to what you - the photographer - wants their viewer to feel. Abstract photography is all about form, color and texture coupled with uncommon viewing angles. Get low, look at the undersides of things, go in close to grab some texture, use bubbles and liquid drops to make random patterns of light and color. Experiment and feel free to mix genres and techniques to create some absolutely amazing shots. Look at playing around with blur, movement or something that looks different from what you're trying to portray - yeah, that's a tough nut to crack but if your viewer can turn to you and ask - "Wow! Great shot... what is it?" - yep, you've hit the brief.