Psalms 11:1-7 (ANIV)
1 [For the director of music. Of David.]
In the Lord I take refuge.
How then can you say to me:
“Flee like a bird to your mountain.
2 For look, the wicked bend their bows;
they set their arrows against the strings
to shoot from the shadows
at the upright in heart.
3 When the foundations are being destroyed,
what can the righteous do?” 
4 The Lord is in his holy temple;
the Lord is on his heavenly throne.
He observes the sons of men;
his eyes examine them.
5 The Lord examines the righteous,
but the wicked  and those who love violence
his soul hates.
6 On the wicked he will rain
fiery coals and burning sulphur;
a scorching wind will be their lot.
7 For the Lord is righteous,
he loves justice;
upright men will see his face.
Or, what is the Righteous One doing.
Or, The Lord, the Righteous One, examines the wicked, /.
TIME OF DAY:
Unspecified in Bible Text. I have set the scene in the morning.
Defused sunlight from above illuminates this scene.
An unnamed female archer on a horse.
An unnamed male archer standing on the ground behind her.
Psalm 11 is an example of a Psalm of Confidence, which expresses trust in God’s care for & leadership of his people.
The archers in this scene are aiming at the bird in the sky, based on verses 1-2 above, “Flee like a bird to your mountain. 2 For look, the wicked bend their bows; they set their arrows against the strings…”
The bird in the sky is Aquila fasciata (Bonelli’s Eagle)
Scene without the figures, showing the mountains in the background.