From the surface of the following sentences, it is achieved that the meaning of the "glowing" is brilliant but in the dictionaries, it is defined like this:

full of enthusiastic praise

They may change color with changing light conditions and cloud cover, glowing pink or gold in the morning or evening light.

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    You should fix the typo- “glowing,” not “growing.” – Mixolydian Mar 8 '19 at 3:43

See https://dictionary.cambridge.org/dictionary/english/glow

to produce a continuous light and sometimes heat

That’s the definition you’re looking for. The present participle of “to glow” is “glowing” and is being used as an adjective here.

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