Janine Lavroff took this photo of Okanagan Lake from the top of Cammonage Road/Carrs Landing in Lake Country on Nov. 4. (Janine Lavroff)

Photos: Did you see the stunning sunset across the Okanagan last night?

Okanagan residents took to social media to show their spectacular sunset photos

Last night residents in the Okanagan flooded social media with photos of a spectacular sunset across the region.

Janine Lavroff took the photo above on her Android phone of Okanagan Lake from the top of Cammonage Road/Carrs Landing in Lake Country.

If you have photos you want to share with us email okanagan@bpdigital.ca

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Sunset over Oyama on Nov. 3. (Vivian Gouliquer - Facebook)

Sunset over Wood Lake on Nov. 3. (Rose Beaulieu - Facebook)

Sunset over Wood Lake on Nov. 3. (Denise Dore - Facebook)

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