The colours of sunsets amazed Lyra. She called them 'God's canvas', and for a good reason, too. She could see yellow, orange, pink, purple, light blue, dark blue, red and sliver of green. She looked at the greyish-white clouds behind her and the pinkish clouds in front of her. She knew this was called an afterglow. She also knew that the scattering of sunlight caused the by dust particles produced the oranges, the yellows and the reds. She was a smart kid and Khoury knew this. She knew random facts about just about everything science-related.
However, Khoury was missing it because he was off finding food to eat. Lyra sighed and got back to work by setting up a campfire.