Calm Air (1961) by Peter Lanyon. Turbulent air on the edge of a thermal pushes and shakes the glider, but once it breaks through the outer belt smooth rising air can lift it swiftly and effortlessly. The breach in the vertical red line may be the glider breaking through.
I found the door in a building that might have been converted from a gas station into a small living space near the highway in Cloverton, Minnesota. The door and the building are long gone to make room for a new convenience store. The day was perfect for photography–-calm air with an overcast sky. I used Fuji Velvia ISO ISO in a Canon T-90 with a Tamron SP 24m 2.8 lens.