This is the second painting in Signe's Orca Strait Series. Painted with a different era in mind, when the sea level is high and there are no beaches or buildings. The view is of the Burrard Inlet in front of The Lions or Two Sisters mountain, in the North Shore Mountains behind North Vancouver, on unceded Coastal Salish territory. Orcas, being the apex predator in the Salish Sea, are a species at risk due to human activity. Signe hopes to both celebrate and bring awareness to them with her art. This painting has blacklight and glow-in-the-dark elements to it. It pairs very well with other paintings in the series.