Sky On FireWhen a scene like this is presents itself to you, it’s kind of like the spotlight switching on and the director barking “Action!!”. You’re on. You’re in the zone. Maybe a little nervous about hitting your mark, saying your lines right. Which is kinda silly, since a scene like this has nothing to do with you. All you can really do is be in awe. And do your best to be in service of such a moment so that maybe someone who wasn’t even there can understand why you were left completely speechless. The sky was indeed on fire that night. July 2010. Glenshire pond,Truckee, CA.