PHOTOS: Lower Mainland sunrise especially beautiful

Did you snap a photo of the wonderful colours on Monday morning?

Move over, Blue Monday. The sunrise Monday morning was especially resplendent with all the colours of spring.

Did you manage to snap a photo on your way to work? Send to webeditor@blackpress.ca.

Here are some of your photos! From top to bottom:

  • Charlotte Devillers in Trout Lake, Vancouver
  • Carolyn Bubbar in South Surrey
  • Jeannie Smith in Abbotsford near the U.S. border
  • Jenny Jeffries sends us this view of the Cheam mountains
  • Neil McNabbs in Cloverdale

 

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