The last time I was at Knapp's Castle I took a little time to focus on the reason
the castle was built in the first place. This is the view from what I can only
assume would have been the main living area of the castle.
It was particularly good timing since the sunset was amazing.
But this video starts as the sun is slipping below the horizon.
The faint light pillar and all of the bright spots you see that look
like the sun are actually reflections in the flat ice crystals of the clouds.
In calm air they can float horizontally and act almost like a mirror, putting
on a spectacular show. Even after the sun dips below the horizon.
If ever there was a good reason for an encore performance, this was it!