For three days each summer there's an unusual occurrence at sunrise. The sun comes up in the notch near the top of Goat Island. It then sets behind the hill to rise again near the peak.
When that happens, sunlight backlights the treetops, giving them a brilliant halo.
Fortunately, even though it's summer, sunrise doesn't occur until 8:50 am because of the peak. That makes it easy for me to catch the beautiful sky view. -- Margy