Even though I prefer listening to your other entry, I like the way this entry captures the essence of its art inspiration more. The sound design feels just right not only for the atmosphere, but I can feel the particular colours leaping off the animation while I listen to this. The sound you made for "Shores" is very airy and has hints of ambiance behind it, both which convey the sounds of wind and water in the art.
I love the piece's progression with the addition of the percussion. The change in energy adds momentum and the change in pace allows for the exploration of the piece's soundscape in a more rhythmic motion. The composition feels so off, and yet that's what makes it work so well with the atmosphere.
Overall, this entry connects with the art well and has a great sound design that is oozing with atmosphere. The only other issue I have is that it ends so abruptly. I would have liked to hear it at least fade out, let the tail linger for a bit longer - it almost feels like there was more to this piece but a section of it was isolated for this contest (which wouldn't make sense given that there was more time left in the allotted range to expand on it more).