Fata Morgana is Italian for a mirage, a complex optical phenomenon that is said to mislead desert travellers and seafarers alike. As a matter of fact rather than folklore and fairy tale, a Fata Morgana is most commonly seen in polar regions, according to Wikipedia.
This particular one mislead nobody but afforded me a pleasant Sunday doodling with a paintbrush.
Fata Morgana (Gold Diggers)
Oil on canvas, 910 x 610 mm, June 2020