Horizon 202 is a swing lens panoramic camera, which means it has an uncommon mechanism. So when taking a photograph facing the sun, its swing lens movement (shifting from left to right) would produce interesting results and effects than ordinary 35 mm cameras. The sunlight floods the lens when it rotates facing the sun, making half the frame filled with excessive light while the other half is not. So the result will look like a picture with multiple exposures, although it doesn’t consist of overlapping frames, but lights.
Three pictures below are the results of having the sunlight against the camera. The first one was taken when the sun is on the right side, slightly away from direct sunlight, while two others were taken directly against the sun, producing interesting effects.