This painting has many dual images and is framed within an illusionistic window frame.
The continents are reversed with water filling the shapes usually taken by land and vice versa. In the bottom window pane within the inverted image of South America is an image that appears to be a woman bending down to bath in the water, but is also an image of the first two fingers of the hand with the thumb tucked under it. The image is repeated to the left as it breaks thru a canvas. The food in the foreground is a slice of a peach with partial image of the continents on it, and apple made of rock with the continents engraved into it and an egg which is just coming out of its broken shell but is already fried from the desert heat.
The top window pane has a woman's face formed from the elements, the clouds form her hair with the moon as her eye and mountains reflected in the water forming her mouth. Another image of the two fingers and thumb/woman is repeated within North America's water and the double image from another painting (see Continental Simulacrum) is found in the lower right hand corner of the top window pane.