September Sunset Toronto

Early September sunset sets Toronto skies ablaze

They might not be as exciting as lightning storms, but every once in a while Toronto is graced with a sunset that draws the attention of just about anyone with a view to the west, of which last night's was a prime example. It wasn't particularly noteworthy to begin with, but about 15 minutes after the sun dipped below the horizon — say at about 8 p.m. — the sky became as saturated as I've seen all summer. For a few minutes it was so spectacular that I suspect even those who think sunset-gawking is hopelessly cliché would have found the act irresistible. Fortunately, a number of photographers were well situated to capture the proceedings and posted their results in the blogTO Flickr pool for us to share. Lead photo by ~EvidencE~.

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September Sunset Toronto

Also by ~EvidencE~

September Sunset Toronto

Photo by Matt Naporowski

September Sunset Toronto

Photo by Mike Brown

September Sunset Toronto

Photo by stillsinflux

September Sunset Toronto

Photo by Badger416

September Sunset Toronto

Photo by Cobby17

September Sunset Toronto

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September Sunset Toronto

Photo by Mi*Li


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