When I work on a painting I find it incredibly useful to photograph it as I go as a way of standing back from it and get an idea of what to do to it next. Looking at the photograph rather than the real thing somehow flattens it and mergers it for me so I can see it better as a whole.
This images are of two creatures (maybe hares) watching the heavens with their backs to a pine tree, on one side there is a comet in the sky and on the other the full moon. Not sure of the meaning, but somehow I'm reluctant to dig too much into putting words on meaning as this can make an image loose its sense of mystery. For me images and art can be appreciated on a more intuitive level of our consciousness and are all the more powerful sensed rather than understood.