It isn’t abstract.
Concrete Forms of Water, Mass, Gravity and Light
Nice work by the raindrops, eh!
“Abstraction” is just a cultural term, signifying a preference to live within a certain group of projections of human bodily form (ones full of emotion, for example) which unify in human observation, like this …
… instead of ones which unify outside of the point of observation, and outside of human concepts of unity, like this:
… and this …
… at once. The snow buckwheat and the dried up puddle are the same amount of water climbing to the same sky. That is not an abstract observation. It just is beautiful, that’s what it is.