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22 vibrant photos of Manchester at sunset and sunrise

Red sky at night, photographer's delight

As anyone who's ever pulled an all-nighter will tell you: everything looks better in the fuzzy glow of sunset and sunrise. The dusky reds and bold pinks of dusk and dawn make Manchester's skyline a perfect 10 (not that isn't totally lush anyway). Take a look at our favourite sunset snaps of the city. 

The tram tracks
Jose Francisco Del Valle Mojica
1/22

The tram tracks

The beginning of darkness
Stacey MacNaught
2/22

The beginning of darkness

Woke up at 5am
Mycatkins
3/22

Woke up at 5am

Photo: Mycatkins

Beetham Tower
Ian Roberts
4/22

Beetham Tower

Photo: Ian Roberts

Red and blue
Stacey MacNaught
5/22

Red and blue

Sunrise over east Manchester
mattwi1s0n
6/22

Sunrise over east Manchester

Photo: mattwi1s0n

Burning glass
Philip Cohn
7/22

Burning glass

Photo: Philip Cohn

Red sun rising
Pete
8/22

Red sun rising

Photo: Pete

Late February glow
Joel Stein
9/22

Late February glow

Photo: Joel Stein

Dawn in Salford
Tama Leaver
10/22

Dawn in Salford

Photo: Tama Leaver

National Football Museum
Suvodeb Banerjee
11/22

National Football Museum

Pink skies over Media City
Zarrion Walker
12/22

Pink skies over Media City

Warming and cheerful
Pete Birkinshaw
13/22

Warming and cheerful

Plane trails
Stacey MacNaught
14/22

Plane trails

Red streak
William Lonsdale
15/22

Red streak

Clouds
Ignacio Palomo Duarte
16/22

Clouds

View from 111 Piccadilly
Stacey MacNaught
17/22

View from 111 Piccadilly

Through the fence
Raver_Mikey
18/22

Through the fence

Photo: Raver_Mikey

Rooftops
rjp
19/22

Rooftops

Photo: rjp

A colourful city
Phil Long
20/22

A colourful city

Photo: Phil Long

Shudehill at sunset
Raver_Mikey
21/22

Shudehill at sunset

Photo: Raver_Mikey

The Midland Hotel
Smabs Sputzer
22/22

The Midland Hotel

Photo: Smabs Sputzer

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