Your P.E.I.: Sunrises and sunsets in the snow

Islanders are no stranger to stunning sunrises and sunsets — but it's hard to tire of the vibrant skies.
Crows coming in to roost over Victoria Park in Charlottetown. (Submitted by Rosemary Fleming)

Islanders are no stranger to stunning sunrises and sunsets — but it's hard to tire of the vibrant skies.

This week had mostly clear skies (with a few clouds here and there), making for some gorgeous shots taken at dusk and dawn.

The sunset overlooking the Summerside Harbour. (Submitted by Annie Lou Millar)
An early sunrise in Charlottetown. (Submitted by Rosemary Fleming)
Ryan Pedersen took this photo of the sunrise from Rollo Bay Holdings' potato operation in Souris. (Submitted by Ryan Pedersen)
The rising sun highlights the snow clinging to the rail along the Charlottetown boardwalk. ( Submitted by Gillian Gaudet)
A snowy sunrise in Forest Hill. (Submitted by Mason Mac)
A snowy sunrise in Charlottetown. (Submitted by Rosemary Fleming)
As the first week of January comes to a close, the Wilmot River is starting to freeze over. (Submitted by Dave Morrison)
Roxanne Laughlin saw these horses "enjoying a small window of sunshine" out her office window in Montague. (Submitted by Roxanne Laughlin)

Are you snapping shots of the Island, too? Send us your photos of foxes, lighthouses and snowy sunsets through a direct message on the CBC Prince Edward Island Facebook page, tweet us @CBCPEI or submit to the Compass Photo of the Day.

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