Mark 16:2-4 (NLT)
2 Very early on Sunday morning,  just at sunrise, they came to the tomb. 3 On the way they were discussing who would roll the stone away from the entrance to the tomb. 4 But when they arrived, they looked up and saw that the stone—a very large one—had already been rolled aside.
Greek, On the first day of the week; also in 16:9.
TIME OF DAY:
Verse 2 tells us it was very early. Other Bible translations before, or at sunrise.
The rising sun (in the east, which is on the right of this scene) can be seen tinging the edges of the clouds with orange light. The first sunlight is also visible on the edges of the background rocks & the edges of the figures in this scene.
From left to right: Mary Magdalene, Mary (wife of Cleopas – Joseph & James Little’s mother – sister of Mary (mother of Jesus)) & Salome.
This scene forms part of the Easter series, from Mark’s Gospel.
This scene illustrates the three named women (there may have been more present) hurrying to the tomb of Jesus. Mary Magdalene has looked up the pathway & noticed the stone rolled away from the tomb entrance & is pointing in amazement.