The art of controlling just the shutter speed can get an effect that shows a different view of the same scene. It was an extremely hot Indian afternoon, and the sun was burning my skin; I had sun burns that day, but it's normal for me as a Western Ghats Roamer. This is a story from the past; if I'm recalling right, it was my first day handling a DSLR, and I was playing with different functions. The first day was on a hill-top temple named Neelkantheshwar. I've published a twin-dam view photo in my post on Panshet and Varasgaon — Twin Dams; it was taken from Neelkantheshwar. The above skyscape photo was taken when we decided to return. The thought that provoked my mind to use the high shutter speed of 4000th part of a second was my eagerness to reduce the sun's heat. What I received in the photo were the rays of hope for photography as a profession.