The same could be said for any great photographer, or photography in general - why do people still make landscapes for example. These people appear to me to be documentary photographers, or at least interested in the line and form of these structures (i'm no art critic, but neo-plasticism comes to mind when I see their photographs). I like creating abstract and abstract macro photographs that focus of basic forms, but it's certainly not new.

I think that many people do the same sort of work their entire lives as they progress further and further into what they do, expanding their own vision and exploring the possibilities that vision presents, and when we see a body of work that at first appears very homogeneous it is easy to say they didn't have much variety, but if you spend some time looking at what they did in chronological order you may discover that there are many levels hidden behind that first glance. Or I could be full of s*#t...

- Randy