When I first saw this piece of fabric with its bleach discharged pattern, (how to here and here [something I was doing for And Then We Set It On Fire a couple of months back]) I immediately saw roiling waves - so of course, the thing to do was to add rocks for them to crash on.
And then I decided that it also needed a water bird diving into the ocean, so I made a coppery-gold foiled kestrel with a golden moon shining down on it all.
Of course, birds don't fly at night - much less do they fish - but let's suspend our disbelief shall we? (After all, just a short time ago, I introduced you to a flying rabbit. :) )
Or, if you're like my BSP , a self described "literal Libran", you think that this little technique testing piece depicts a monster coming to eat the bird. So, "Fly Fishing At Night" or your interpretation in the comments! It's a Rorshach test. ;)
P.S. I'm linking up with with MR over at Quilt Matters for Thank Goodness It's Finished Friday and I'm also joining Meg and Sarah. Click on over and see what everyone else has been up to!