The storm blew in, rained hard, and then blew out leaving in its aftermath a remarkable sunset. Here are four photos of what graced Clark Lake after the storm.
Photos: Rick Belcher
Rainbows appeared from various vantage points around the lake. Tucker Boyers was able to photograph this one as he stood west of Mud Point, looking east.
Philip Hones also captured the Clark Lake Spirit in the sky (below).
Jessica Tucker, who photographs the Polar Plunge every January, took this series from her Hyde Road location (below).
Cameras and smartphones got an active workout that evening. Sue Wiemer took these before and after the storm photos, from the north shore west of Pleasant View. She comments that the entire rainbow was visible from that location, but would not fit into the photo.
Fabulous,Rick!! Thank you.?
Great pictures, Rick
Love Your Site Grew Up at Clark Lake. My Dad Owned Railroad Garage Edward M Roosa Corner of Hyde/Jefferson, Gas Station & Mechanic! Live in Texas now but Miss Home, Thx for the Pics & News! Sheila Roosa Soto
I think everyone had their cameras out last night. The sunset was spectacular! The rainbows were behind us so, I missed them. Darn it.
I always tell people that Clark Lake is my little piece of heaven…here’s the proof!
Yup, was there to see it, so beautiful!
Mother Nature making sure we still understand who’s the boss
most beautiful & relaxing place to be – some days are more spectacular than others !!