8K 7680×4320 30p Apple ProRes 422. If you desire, you can grab the any 4K or HD crop part you wish. Real natural colors, no color correction. Crepuscular rays (more commonly known as sunbeams, sun rays, or god rays), in atmospheric optics, are rays of sunlight that appear to radiate from the point in the sky where the sun is located. These rays, which through gaps in clouds (particularly stratocumulus) or between other objects, are columns of sunlit air separated by darker cloud-shadowed regions. Despite seeming to converge at a point, the rays are in fact near-parallel shafts of sunlight. Their apparent convergence is a perspective effect, similar, for example, to the way that parallel railway lines seem to converge at a point in the distance. Frequent occurrences during twilight hours (those around dawn and dusk), when the contrasts between light and dark are the most obvious. Sun beam sunlight cloud clouds sky day desert time orange background.