Bucket List Worthy
From dreamsicle glows to all encompassing pink delights, Canadian sunsets have got it going on. Canada is full of gorgeous landscapes–high Rocky Mountain lakes, city skylines, and the rugged British Columbia Coast–and as the sun drops nightly with its fiery peach radiance, it shines a brilliant light into every nook and cranny in one drawn out farewell to the day. Here’s a collection of our favorite Canadian sunsets that we hope will inspire you, no matter where you are in this big world, to step outside tonight, as the colors of the day explode into darkness, and say goodnight to the real star of our galaxy.
Serene sunset over Lower Buckhorn Lake at Kawarthas in Ontario, Canada.
An reddish-orange gelato sky over brokedown freighters at Powell River in British Columbia.
A winter sunset over Vermillion Lakes in Mount Rundle.
A gorgeous sunset over the Lund Harbor in British Columbia.
A family walking at Ogden Point as the sun sets over British Columbia, Canada.
The pretty in pink skies over Roosevelt Campobello International Park in New Brunswick.
A burning sunset silhouetting sailboats at Powell River in British Columbia
A summer sunset at Bayfield Beach, Ontario.
Sunbeams warming the Lake of Two Rivers in Algonquin Park, Ontario, Canada.
The golden hour at Emerald lake in Yoho National Park in Alberta, Canada.