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The painting seems to come into being by the artist’s subconsciousness, as a presentiment of spring’s refreshing arrival. Though simple in forms, it evokes many associations. The painter uses local colors of cold shades, mostly without elaboration. And only in five elements at the upper part of composition we can see the evident color movement. Firstly, we may consider it as a glance from above on the evoking ground, bound by snow-ice winter cover just fragmentally, which is defined by bluish-white masses of color. Besides, these five elements at the upper part of the painting bring associations with track - like footprints of the parting winter. Slanting cross, a pagan sign for fire in this context could be considered as a symbol of flying bird, the herald of Spring. But this would be just a simple, literary interpretation of the painting. Its substance seems much more profound. Blue space with compound green and red ones, encircled with black, tells us about implacability and inevitability of conflict and fight on the border of old and new.