IN PHOTOS: Kamloops photographers bask under cotton candy skies | infonews


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29 January 2022 – 13:03






For a brief but phenomenal moment last night, the color spectrum showed some of its most vibrant possibilities in the sky above Kamloops.

The local clouds were turned neon pink and orange by the sun’s rays while the bright blue sky behind them created a strong contrast during a January 28 sunset.

Along with all the pretty colors, the photos taken by residents of Thompson Nicola were composited to include the familiar architecture and landscapes of Kamloops and Sun Peaks Resort.


READ MORE: Here’s why sunrises and sunsets in Kamloops and the Okanagan are often so spectacular

The weather is not expected to be so calm in the future, as Environment Canada issued a statement reporting a snowy weekend in the British Columbia interior.

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This photo was taken at Sun Peaks Resort where the snow looked purple.

This photo was taken at Sun Peaks Resort where the snow looked purple.

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