I first saw it towards the end of August, I and some family friends were on our way back from Niagara falls. We have had a lovely time visiting one amusement spot to the other, took the bus to marine land and back to Niagara.
Around 9pm, we decided to call it a day and return home. The sun had already set before we left Niagara but as we turned this bend between St. Catherine and Grimsby, there it was a powerful blinding rays of the sun.
Shining powerfully like blazing tongues of orange flames, with its brightness engulfing the evening sky. It was fury but yet so beautiful, in all my adult life I had never behold the sky or the sun like that before. My only reaction was to take photos of this scenario because I knew words alone could not describe it.
Thank God! I had my camera with me, I just kept clicking as we continued driving by. I clicked, clicked and clicked as we continued, then all of a sudden towards Burlington Ontario.
just as we came upon it, darkness started descending upon this golden sun. And it was total darkness after then. After that day I kept looking out for the blazing sun, till the end of summer but it never appeared again.
Then one morning, I took my son to his before school care. As I was handing him to the teacher, she exclaimed point out the window. It was about 6am in the morning. The time called “the golden hour” Turning to look, this time the sky was pinkish in colour.
It was so so unique seeing that colour appear so bright, beautiful and perfect, though it didn’t last long. A few days ago, we were driving back from the mall when the amazing sun appeared briefly unfortunately maybe because it was winter, it didn’t last more than ten minutes in the sky. It was gone. I am a lover of nature and these sights just blow mind and to me they are special phenomenon.