This is an example of the type of sunset I look forward to every summer! One that’s bright, vivid, and gets the whole city talking. These two images were taken exactly 5 minutes apart. I couldn’t choose between one or the other so I kept them both. One of my favourite things about sunsets like these is how their colour and cloud formations change.
The Toronto skyline surrounded by clouds. I was sunset chasing and snapped this one before the sunset as I really loved how fluffy the clouds were. If you couldn’t tell, the Toronto skyline is one of my favourite photographic subjects.
I really loved the way the sun looked as it set over the lake. I really wanted a starburst effect so I shot this image at f/22 and 1/1600 sec to achieve it. I love sunsets of all kinds but you have to admit that ones by the water are truly special.
The first sunset of summer! We were definitely blessed by Mother Nature on this evening. The clouds in the afternoon looked wispy and hazy and I had a strong hunch we would be getting an intense sunset. And let me say, I really love it when I’m right!
One of my favourite things is just seeing the sky transform and change during sunsets like these. The sky changes from yellow to orange to red to pink and purple. I’m always snapping away, taking a million photos and trying to balance that out with trying to enjoy the spectacle before me.
I can only hope we have a bunch more of sunsets like these ahead of us!
A calm scene by Lake Ontario. This place is so serene and so calming, I love being here. There’s always a good photograph or video to come out of any visit here. Check out my Instagram Reels for stunning videos from this day!
The Toronto skyline during late spring and the skyline during twilight. The sunset wasn’t as intense as I was hoping but I’m really happy with the skyline shot. I looked over and saw all the pretty white flowers and I knew I had to snap a photo. It was such a spring scene and it made me so happy seeing it in person. We came back around a week later and the hill was completely grassy, no white flowers. Just goes to show how anything in spring disappears so quick if you aren’t fast enough.