If you have a view of Clark Lake sunsets (or sunrises), you know where the sun meets the horizon is a moving target.  Last night’s sunset shows how the suns  has departed far to the south.  

How the sunset appears in a photo depends on what the camera sees.  In this photo, you’re looking at the sunset’s reflection in the water.

This photo reveals both sky and water.

With the camera lens open wider, this photo shows the glow contrasted against the darker parts of the sky.

Glowing sunsets can happen all year, but you see more of them in the spring and summer.  Here are few golden classics from spring and summer 2019.

Photos: Rick Belcher