Crisp outline of the sun from a Pacific Rim National Parks Reserve beach at 6:40 pm. (the view below is toward the West Coast Trail through fog and wildfire smoke).
Late afternoon clouds spill out of a valley above the West Coast Trail and move slowly in the onshore breeze toward the beach (to the right of the image). But they never make it.
As they near the warm, dry air above the beach, the water droplets in the clouds evaporate and all traces of the clouds disappear.
Entertainment for a delightfully lazy summer afternoon.