Matt Frank watched a tug work its way down Chelsea Creek at sunset today.
Saul Blumenthal watched the sun go down in West Newton this evening. Read more.
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Marc Hurwitz braved the cold at Nut Island to watch the sun go down this evening.
Colleen Glenney caught the unusual cloud at sunset over the Back Bay this evening. Read more.
Heidi Lavigne watched today's sunset over Boston Harbor.
Tim Murphy captured the pink skies at the tail end of the nor'easter over the Mattapan Line late this afternoon.
Miniature Buddha watched the sunset this evening from Belle Isle Seafood on the Winthrop/East Boston line.
Rob Littlefield, got a closer view of the Back Bay during the sunset: Read more.
Bob captured the sunset over downtown from Logan Airport this evening.
Molly Lanza watched the sun go down behind the Custom House this evening. Read more.
Rick Macomber watched the sunset at Lynn Beach yesterday.
Paul Friedmann watched the sunrise over Roslindale this morning:
Melissa looked back as she and her uncle headed back to Quincy this evening.
Somewhere in there, more firmly on terra, Jed Hresko was enjoying the sunset on the Greenway:
Ross Rotatori enjoyed the magnificent Dunk's - and the sunset behind it - at Barry's Corner in Lower Allston yesterday.
Earlier:Same sunset, different spots.
Caitlin loved the sunset this evening:
The storms have taken the heat and humidity and left us another amazing sunset.
Across the river, Chris Wagner also enjoyed the sunset in Allston: Read more.
Matt Frank looked skyward in a walk along Chelsea Creek at sunset. Read more.
Petra A. took in the sunset from the BU Bridge this evening.
Aeron Hodges watched the sun go down this evening. Read more.
David Finnerty watched the sun go down from Dorchester Heights in South Boston this evening. Read more.
Matthew Ireland was in Copley Square the other evening.
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C. Carew took in the sunset at Carson Beach this evening.
Alexandra Zafris was amazed by the eerie light over the South End at 8:01 p.m.
Reports of similar displays came in from across Boston: Read more.
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