A small boy came up the lake with his mother and said, "What happened to the water?" He could not see the surface of the water and assumed it was all gone. I had about the same reaction to this series of amazing images. Conditions have to be just right, with no wind and the sun at the right angle. It also helps to be at 10,400 feet up in the High Uintah Mountains. This is not the famous "Mirror Lake," this is Moosehorn Lake, about a mile away.