This is an example of a minimalism dreamscape. It's a scene I recently witnessed one morning while the fog was clearing from the Gulf of Mexico. Because it was morning there was an even light across the water and sky. A few moments earlier the fog obscured the horizon line between the sea and the sky. It almost felt like flying.
Minimalism is about space that we impregnate with our thoughts and dreams. By placing our thoughts into the space we find ourselves inside the scene. The point is to leave room for interpretation. We each fill in with something unique, we see the scene in our own way.
Sometimes during the day my mind wanders and random thoughts pass through. It's as though my subconscious is bubbling to the surface for a brief moment. Minimalism provides a canvas for that to occur whether we realize it or not.
This image is a dreamscape because it's not real. There are hints of what I did in the image. More importantly it represents a feeling or idea that I have. Sometimes pictures are better than words for conveying ephemeral ideas like that.
The point of this composition is to leave room amongst the sea and sky for your thoughts.