These days I'm forced to find "a good photo" in the near vicinity and work with what's available when I'm available. That makes you look harder and try to see things in a certain way, or style.
So, everything here is as carefully crafted as I could make it: the perspective, the grouping, the tones, the scene, the shadows, the exposure etc. But to begin with I saw it and thought "That looks nice. I wonder what I can do with it". For you it might not work, but for me it's approaching the quality of what I call a "gut wrenching" B&W. It's not quite there, but near enough and it's all I've got time for at the moment.