The setting sun illuminates the mountains in the distance.
Today's trivia. As you know water freezes at 32° F or 0° C. Sea water is saltier, thus denser and so it freezes at approx 28.4° F or -2° C. The Great Salt Lake is quite a bit saltier than the ocean so it would have to be even colder. Just in case you ever need this info when impressing friends at a party or if you're asked on "Who Wants to be a Millionaire?".
Below is the same ice formation as at the top, but I photographed it from above so you could see the shape from that angle. Try clicking to embiggen and see if you like it even better.