With this image, I explore the ancient concept of Yin and Yang, two contrasting but also complimentary forces that interconnect to form a oneness. They ultimately describe duality not opposition: one cannot exist without the other. When both are in balance, harmony exists and oneness remains. When one predominates, the other is weakened and oneness is lost. While the Sun symbolizes Yang, I bring out both Yin and Yang qualities by splitting the image into a black-and-white part—changing this scene into a night sky with a Yin-Moon— and a colored part, both separated by a thin line. This line represents the Taiji, a border separating Yin and Yang and thereby erst creating duality. While we nowadays seem to live in a world of opposition, I still believe in co-existence and harmony as our true nature.