As I was documenting my own experience in this place during my downtime, I found myself staring in awe at the horizon, when I was hit with force at what I saw. My mind raced as I ran to my camera. I had made the quick decision to change my 35mm lens for the 70-200mm so I could zoom in on the descending sun rays. I change lenses fast when I need to, but I thought, "you better take a photo now, because this could be gone in a second." I locked in the 70mm and looked up to fire but the golden rays had vanished, the sun in its cold, conspicuous place beyond the clouds in the black of space and the earth, I supposed, its planetary orbit.