7 Jaw-Dropping Photos Of Last Night’s Sunset That Show Montreal Looking Straight FIRE
No… seriously… it looked like the sky was on fire 🔥 #skyporn.
Times are tough.are on the rise, meaning and with loved ones are restricted. That may be why last night's stunning meant so much — like a ray of hope beaming across the city.
Montrealers were clearly over the moon (pun intended!) to see the sky ablaze in shades of orange, yellow, purple and pink. It literally looked like the sky was on fire.
From north to south, east to west, residents expressed their awe by — how else? — taking to social media to post about it.
The resulting photos were too good to not share — especially since we could all use a little pick me up right now!
Let's give ourselves another day to marvel at the beauty of nature and revel in some #skyporn before our thoughts drift back down to earth.
Where in Montreal: Corner of Rue Sherbrooke Ouest and Avenue Benny
The WOW-Factor Of This Photo: It looks like this NDG building has been specially selected to ascend to heaven. Maybe some divine ruler up there loves Pizza Pizza?
Light At The End Of The Tunnel
Where in Montreal: Westmount
The WOW-Factor Of This Photo: The most gorgeous tunnel of purple clouds culminates in a tree surrounded by a halo of yellow and orange light... I mean, come on.
Sky On Fire
Where in Montreal: Verdun
The WOW-Factor Of This Photo: It looks like the sky is on fire — which is made all the more beautiful by the fact that it's not. Safety first, people.
Where in Montreal: La Maison de l’Aspirateur on Boulevard Saint-Laurent in the Plateau
The WOW-Factor Of This Photo: These pastel shades of purple and pink will give any millennial the warm and fuzzies.
Where in Montreal: Taken from Saint-Constant on the South Shore
The WOW-Factor Of This Photo: This aerial shot offers an amazing perspective of the city and makes the sun look like a flying saucer or meteorite.
Great Balls Of Fire
Where in Montreal: Samuel De Champlain Bridge
The WOW-Factor Of This Photo: Here, it looks like the sky is throwing fireballs onto the Champlain Bridge. Perhaps it's a sign to stay off the South Shore.
Praying For Pink Skies
Where in Montreal: Église Saint-Édouard
The WOW-Factor Of This Photo: This Rosemont—La Petite-Patrie church by Beaubien metro station looks SO pretty in pink.