The best submissions from our sunset photo contest

Last night’s sunset was something to savour.

So we asked our readers to post their best photo of the crimson sky for a chance to win a gift card to Earls On Top in Downtown Kelowna.

Congratulations, Barbara Sanders. You have won!

Scroll through some of our favourite submissions.

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Winning photo by: Barbara Sanders
photo by: Sue Lawrence Fidler
photo by: Peggy Scott
Winning photo by: Barbara Sanders
photo by: Charlie Henderson-Lees
photo by: Dylan Nolt
photo by: April Kelly
photo by: Jennifer Johannson
photo by: Melina Di Fabrizio Moran
photo by: Jennifer Johhannson

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