Martian Sunset

The sky is never the same on Mars now that we have started terraforming. The light changes throughout the day, and seems to interact with the landscape much more now that the land reconfiguration process is over. Standing in the lab at sunset, watching the thin Martian light refract off all of the nutrient-dense water droplets in the air makes me feel like I am back on the beach in Barbados with a rum punch in my hand waiting for the green flash at sunset.

This is my response to today’s Daily Create tdc658

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