Anyone interested in how I did this using Silver Efex Pro 2...
Basically, I brought the image into Photoshop. After I had it processed for color (which took a lot of contrast and clarity adjustments as well as vibrance increase and saturation decrease for this particular photo. Once I had the color photo where I wanted it, I wanted to make it a Black & White.
This is where I had my little "oops" moment.
For this image, in Silver Efex I used the settings for "Wet Rocks" (#23) and I saw that it looked really grainy even though the original image was shot at ISO 100.
I used the Agfa APX Pro 100 under "Film Types" and I moved the Grain per Pixel slider to 500 and the "Soft", "Hard" slider all the way to Soft and that created a Greyish looking odd shaped sun.
Perplexed, I played around a little bit more by using the Green Color Filter.
Then under Global Adjustments I moved the Highlights and Structures sliders all the way to the right (100%). Then I had to play around with the contrast and brightness sliders to tweak it a bit more and the above image is what I ended up with.