Here is something very unusual for me. I began this many years ago when I was in Trails End Art Association in Gearhart Oregon. It is an exercise of flooding the paper with watercolor and then picking out some images. For those who care about color, it was alizarin crimson and indigo blue. I am not sure where the apparent yellow in the image comes from but...hey...OK. Recently, I took it to my Capitol Hill Art League critique group and got some ideas about improving it. Unfortunately, I don't have a "before" picture. Their suggestions were great and now I consider it a finished painting....though there is still a high level of mystery about what is going on. In this case, I like that.