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When the sun lowers further down into the horizon, the ocean witnesses its sharp shafts of light piercing through the surface. While the darkness of the sea absorbs as much as the dying light can reach, under a certain eye the darkness can also compose an abstract tale of the sun's genesis. 

The patterns begin in a perpetual darkness. It's not until cracks of light begin to disperse and illuminate this void. With increasing pressure from physics and atoms dancing in unity, the darkness destabilises. Overwhelmed by the opposite form, the light bursts through the darkness and glimmers all through its physical space.

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