PHOTOS: Sizzling sunsets and orange moon in South Okanagan

Mike Rosengren took this gorgeous sunset picture in Osoyoos recently. (Mike Rosengren)Mike Rosengren took this gorgeous sunset picture in Osoyoos recently. (Mike Rosengren)
Mike Rosengren took this stunning photo from the beach of the Oasis RV resort in Osoyoos.Mike Rosengren took this stunning photo from the beach of the Oasis RV resort in Osoyoos.
Meghann Fletcher took this stunning photo of the waxing crescent moon turned orange by the Thomas Creek wildfire on July 14, 2021. The picture was taken from Penticton. (Meghann Fletcher photo)Meghann Fletcher took this stunning photo of the waxing crescent moon turned orange by the Thomas Creek wildfire on July 14, 2021. The picture was taken from Penticton. (Meghann Fletcher photo)

The smoke from the wildfires is producing some beautiful sunsets and moonscapes, painting the sky and the moon orange across South Okanagan.

Environment Canada calls for temperatures to continue to scorch us into the mid-30s for the rest of the week while ground crew firefighters continue tirelessly through the heat, fighting the Thomas Creek fire.

There’s been no let up from the heat since the start of June. Then there was the heat dome where temperatures reached the high 40s for over a week.

This stunning sunset pictures by Mike Rosengren, were taken from the beach at the Oasis RV Resort in Osoyoos.

The orange waxing crescent moon coloured by the wildfire was taken by Meghann Fletcher in Penticton on July 17, 2021.

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