(Facebook/Destination Greater Victoria)

No filter needed for Wednesday night’s fiery sunset

Sunset over Victoria sets the sky on fire

Wednesday night’s sunset over the south Island lit up the evening sky and came as somewhat of a surprise on an otherwise blase day. The fiery sky lightened the mood on a day where many conversations swirled around mental health.

This winter sunset seemed to commemorate the first month of 2019 as it comes to a close today.

Did you take any photos or video of last night’s sunset? Send them to vnc.editorial@blackpress.ca

Here are some photos taken from various viewpoints throughout Greater Victoria:

 

This photo was taken from the Selkirk Trestle on Jan. 30 2019. (Facebook/James Mitchell Photography)

Instagram user @Janine_bianca88 sent in this photo of Wednesday’s spectacular sunset taken from Ogden Point. (Instagram/@Janine_bianca88)

This photo was taken in downtown Victoria on Jan. 30 2019. (Facebook/rrjcd0)

(Facebook/Still On The Trail Photography)

This photo was submitted to Black Press Media by Arlene Bethune on Jan. 30 2019.

This photo was submitted to Black Press Media by Arlene Bethune on Jan. 30 2019.

This photo was submitted to Black Press Media by Arlene Bethune on Jan. 30 2019.

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