Garry Winogrand stated:
Anything and all things are photographable. and Every photograph is a battle of form versus content.
Re: yesterday's entry, VANTAGE POINT / LEARNING HOW TO SEE, wherein I wrote about the field of visual energy, aka: form ... I believe that interesting / arresting form is what separates (very) good pictures from (merely) good pictures.
That is to write that interesting / arresting form is the characteristic which allows a print to become an object which, in and of itself, transcends that which it depicts. And, it interesting / arresting form which makes it possible to create very good pictures of any and all things.