Sun and Moon sink together behind a Kenyan savannah skyline, locked in an eclipse in which the Moon is silhouetted against the Sun’s bright disc. This rare example of a hybride solar eclipse took place in November 2013, beginning at sunrise over the western Atlantic as an annular eclipse, in which the Moon does not entirely block the Sun, leaving a bright ring uncovred. As the Moon’s shadow swept across the ocean the eclipse became total, with the entirety of the Sun concealed from view. By the time the eclipse reached Kenya the Sun was once again emerging from behind the Moon, creating the breath-taking crescent shape at sunset. The photograph also acts as Kamenew’s tribute to scheduled tour guide and photographic model for this shot, who was sadly Killed before he arrived in Kenya.