Meaning, some goldeny yellow is now on top of the blue in the middle to lower part of the print and some light blue is on top of the the palest yellow in what will be the background of the image.
Sea, sky and sand all shaping up. The dark mound in the foreground got a dose of golden-yellow too. It is fun to play with laying the same ink on top of different colors and at different stages of the print. It may or may not help the print maintain cohesion even though the block is literally cut apart.
It definitely simplifies mixing, which makes it worth considering every time.
Although, transforming a work table into a colorful mess is kinda fun.