Wow. Truly a work of art you can get lost in... the expression on the woman's face is very intense and wonderfully enigmatic (загадочный) Her mudras (hand movements) mimic (direct?) the flight of the birds What do you call these birds?
The background makes me think of this exquisite song: [link] (Notice Sheila's hand movements ) "The ocean your ocean refuses no river"
"The crane was a powerful symbol to the ancient Chinese. It is a symbol of justice and longevity, and is one of many solar symbols. The crane is a bird of the waters, and so is one that will often help teach you how to express your own feminine energies...
One of the most remarkable aspects of this bird is its loud whooping sound. its haunting tone is reminiscent of a primal celebration over birth. The crane can teach you how to celebrate your creative resources and keep them alive, regardless of the conditions in which they are manifest, both by simply having the proper focus in your life." (Ted Andrews, "Animal Speak")
"Haunting tone" - how about "Ever so Lonely"? I'm very glad you like it!