From our float cabin home we don't get to see sunsets because of the surrounding trees and mountains, but out in the middle of the lake we get some pretty spectacular ones.
Wayne and I were out sailing in our new boat on Powell Lake in the large open section of the lake that we call the "North Sea," we could see this this sundog bracketing the setting sun.
Sundogs are bright, colourful patches of light to the left and right of, and in alignment with, the sun. In the first shot, you can see it almost forms a halo. Sundogs are created by cold ice crystals in high cirrus clouds bending the rays of sunlight. -- Margy