A break in the storm that dumped a couple inches of snow in the High Sierra, allows the remaining clouds over Mono Lake to catch the light of the setting sun, while waves crash against the tufa towers on the shore, creating a bubbly foam.
That's too bad about the clouds or rather no clouds but you never know in the Sierra. Storms develop so quick and break in minutes, you truly have to be lucky or camp out there for days. I'll be back soon to see the Sierra with a sprinkling of fresh snow and hopefully equally stunning light. I think I fell in love with the area.