I was driving down the freeway as the late September sky took over the city's landmarks for a bath in the light.
I turned around to feel this miracle moment. However I left the house without my camera earlier the day. 
The disposal of (industrial) architecture and obstacles was like a stage full of beautiful props. A game of colours, shadows and light.
At this moment, I had one job. So I grabbed my phone, parked the car around the corner and went on to face the dusk. 
I had my phone with me. With every photo I took, the sun more and more vacated the stage to leave behind what she just lightened up a few minutes ago.
The sun was now backstage. I saved the photos, went back to my car and left the scene in a split of a second. 

"A race against the sun for a little miracle in a photographers life."