The first day of September brought Clark Lake another red rubber ball sunset. Below, it’s last moments before popping behind the horizon.
Earlier, as the sun set its trajectory, it gave Clark Lake this smile.
And in the southeast sky, an interesting cloud benefiting from the suns last rays.
The first three photos are from Rick Belcher. Thanks to Carl Nochel, the next one captures the same sunset from a different location, giving a perspective of both the cloud formation and sunset.