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From the same spot in Maple Ridge’s Silver Valley neighbourhood (near the north end of 232nd Street), Melanie Lastoria snapped a few pictures of what she describes as a “gorgeous sunset.” Taking in the view from two different directions near a new development in the neighbourhood, she captured these images on Sunday, Aug. 16. “I headed out hoping to capture a nice sunset, and Mother Nature didn’t disappoint!” (Special to The News)

From the same spot in Maple Ridge’s Silver Valley neighbourhood (near the north end of 232nd Street), Melanie Lastoria snapped a few pictures of what she describes as a “gorgeous sunset.” Taking in the view from two different directions near a new development in the neighbourhood, she captured these images on Sunday, Aug. 16. “I headed out hoping to capture a nice sunset, and Mother Nature didn’t disappoint!” (Special to The News)

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