I think the reason I gravitate to these types of images has to do with an idea. I imagine an ethereal world that coexists with the one we're in. If more than one radio frequency can exist in the same place, perhaps it applies to other things as well. Images like this are like focusing an imaginary lens on a world nearly adjacent to our own. The image has parts of this world and parts in the next, a peek through the veil.
When I took this I was on approach to the ferry pier at Fort DeSoto Park. I sat at the front of the boat as we returned from Egmont Key. My idea was to capture the pier from the perspective of the water, yet I wasn't quite satisfied with the result. That's when my right brain took over and I imagined a world just out of vision yet overlapping with this.
I suppose another reason I gravitate towards images like this is the theme of simplicity. I've been posting about that recently. Living in a complex world I long for simplicity, so when I let go of critical thinking for a moment I gravitate to a more relaxed place. In that world the water is smoother and the clouds flowing. It's a world that surely exists my mind, and for all I know, beyond that.