On Tuesday night, as many watched the US election results come in, Toronto offered some respite from the politically tense evening.
A beautiful sunset enveloped the city with orange, reds, yellows and pinks. And residents definitely took notice.
Many photographed and posted videos of the saturated sky, with the strong red hard to ignore on election night for our neighbours to the south.
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Daily Hive rounded up some of the best photos for any of those who might have missed it.
Toronto’s cotton candy sunsets > pic.twitter.com/UFGvqCQmUW
— Erin Ashley (@ellhah) November 3, 2020
Toronto Sunset pic.twitter.com/cNdSMPKiNm
— Mathieson (@_mathieson_) November 3, 2020
Not sure how this tweet will age but maybe Toronto’s sunset this evening is a good omen. Trying to keep the hope alive that anti-racism, health equity, reproductive rights, and science will prevail.#ElectionDay pic.twitter.com/osrbgAMght
— Tanya Boozary (@drtanyaboozary) November 3, 2020
Nice Toronto sunset pic.twitter.com/IbetvOrwTf
— Runshoreline (@runshoreline) November 3, 2020
As the sun sets on another day the feathery clouds are looking like bright flames in the sky just before they turn into pink cotton wisps which are a prelude to the deep blue night. #sunset #toronto pic.twitter.com/Wf7Cng2486
— James Anok 🇨🇦🏳️🌈🇵🇹🇪🇺 (@ThetaState) November 3, 2020
— Nancy Bennett (@Nancy178) November 3, 2020
Super picturesque sunset over Toronto today 🔥🤯 pic.twitter.com/iJDmwpqJjr
— Joe Pham (@rungxanh2901) November 4, 2020
Decent sunset tonight in Toronto. pic.twitter.com/Gzo13ZIlQS
— 𝙅𝘼𝙈𝙀𝙎 𝙈𝘾𝙇𝙀𝙊𝘿 (@jamespmcleod) November 3, 2020