[ per-i-gruh-neyt ] to travel or journey, especially to walk on foot.
The word peregrinate made me think of wandering through life, trying to find your way in the decisions you make, wondering where a path might lead, and if it’s the right one. It’s never clear in the beginning, and there’s no way to know where you’ll end up.
The path here becomes a thin line ending in the fog so you can’t see it, but the silver in the fog itself actually shows the continuation of the path. You can only see it when you tilt the painting at the right angle.