A Winter Sunset on February 27th, 2022.

Digital, 2022.

A vivid sunset in winter with the Toronto skyline in the background. The icicles added to the scenery perfectly.

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A Pink and Purple Sunset by Lake Ontario on January 30th, 2022.

Digital, 2022.

A pink and purple sunset as seen from Ashbridge’s Bay in Toronto. It was so cold on this evening and it was even colder seeing as I was right by the lake. As pretty as the sunset was, we left at the first sign of it fading as we were all starting to lose feeling in our legs.

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A Moody Yellow Sunset on January 30th, 2022.

Digital, 2022.

I ended up taking these photos by chance. My family and I were off to Ashbridge’s Bay for some fresh air when we happened upon this view while looking for parking. I couldn’t help but be drawn to the colour of the sky and the way its colours reflected off the frozen Lake Ontario. Sunset wasn’t due for another little while but if I didn’t know any better, I would think it was already happening.

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A Blazing Red and Orange Sunset after a Blizzard on January 17th, 2022.

Digital, 2022.

On January 17th, Toronto was hit with record snowfall. Some areas accumulated a whopping 60cm of snow! We definitely were snowed in at my house and I knew that there was no way I’d be going anywhere for days to come. A part of me is still dejected that I wasn’t able to get true blizzard shots but I also know it would have been unsafe to venture out. The conditions were terrible. But in the same way that an intense sunset is more likely to happen after a summer storm, the same can be said for snow storms!

I was indoors when I noticed the sky above the backyard was turning orange. The snow had lessened by that point but my heart sank to my stomach knowing that I wouldn’t be able to travel to get photos of what looked to be a promising sunset. I ran to the front of the house to look outside and sure enough, the sky was transforming into a beautiful mix of red and orange. While it wasn’t ideal, I wasn’t about wallow in self pity when I could get my winter gear on, and take photos from the street. And that’s exactly what I did. I’m so relieved that I was able to capture the beautiful sky without having to go out of my way.

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