Did you catch the sunset in Vancouver last night?
Locals have taken to social media to share otherworldly photos of the sun setting in the Lower Mainland.
Several people commented that the sky had an almost angelic appearance to it, as the glowing sun seemed to emerge triumphantly from the billowing dark clouds surrounding it.
A couple of images taken at the Fraser River and the Burrard Inlet offer jaw-dropping perspectives of the radiant spectacle, where the sun's luminance extends across the dark, still water.
Of course, the glorious sunset was preceded by an equally magnificent double-rainbow, and Vancouverites captured multiple images of the colourful display.
Have a look at some of the Lower Mainland's most dazzling sunset snaps.
Pretty sure Vancouver sunsets are not from this world pic.twitter.com/zcbYjebRRV— Sam Martens (@martens_samuel) November 25, 2020
The sun shined brightly on the Fraser River this afternoon (November 24th)— Independentzen (@independent_zen) November 25, 2020
Today’s word of the day is Resilience: which is the ability of a person to adjust to or recover readily from illness, adversity and major life changes.#Vancouver #sunset #resilience #WordOfTheDay pic.twitter.com/s8czqZQOYU
Sunset - Tuesday 2020-11-24, with a lone seagull. pic.twitter.com/dBpWKOKBjM— Derek Lepper (@dereklepper) November 25, 2020
The view from my balcony before sunset. pic.twitter.com/yvn4mAQCSv— Cathy Browne (@CathyBrowne) November 25, 2020
like instead of just where the sunset is being orange it’s like, the entire sky/my whole inside of my house is: orange pic.twitter.com/ZLGVtBjUyn— morgan loves dsrmy & tv (@darkersidetessa) November 25, 2020
Wow, amazing sunset. https://t.co/fwGsul1GT9— Joey Prefontaine (@northshorejoey) November 22, 2020