Birds In Flight Over Water – Art At Midnight

Birds In Flight Art

A flock of seabirds soars overhead, gliding on salty ocean breezes. Turquoise waves crash below, throwing mist high up into the unsettled air.

I’ve already established in a previous blog post that I am not the best sleeper out there. I’ve done my fair share of watching infomercials about all sorts of nifty kitchen gadgets, as well as an incredibly wide assortment of beauty products. However, many nights I’d rather do something creative while the house and neighborhood is silent and everyone sleeps. Traditional photo editing just doesn’t appeal to me at 2 AM; I see things differently somehow, and I’d rather step outside of my comfort zone and delve into the unknown. I created this image in the wee hours yesterday morning, incorporating my love for the color turquoise, birds, and the ocean into a dreamy, misty piece of flight and fantasy.


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20 thoughts on “Birds In Flight Over Water – Art At Midnight

  1. Jennavieve "JJ" Joshua

    My entire career as a life coach is devoted to the very words you used, “Seeing things differently.”
    I am inspired by this creative fanciful expression and I too love the color turquoise! If I had a space for this, it would be on my wall. I appreciate the way the golden earth tones grounds the high flying energy of turquoise. I can feel flight in this piece! Thank you for your quest to see things differently. Wishing you better sleep and more creative moments. JJ

    1. Priya Ghose Post author

      Thank you so much! I usually don’t post new work for at least a few days after I’ve finished it, to see if I continue to find it worth offering. I uploaded this piece right after I created it, so it’s great to get such positive feedback.

  2. Lilium Forest

    Those wee hours in the morning, when all is quiet… such a wonderful time for creativity and inspiration. I’ve had my sleep interrupted more than once, and I’ve learned to value that time rather than be upset about not sleeping. That inner reflective time can yield beautiful results, as you have demonstrated in your “wee hour creation.” Your painting uses color and a minimal suggestion of form to allow the viewer his or her own “flight of fantasy.” More please!!


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